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Employment Law

Employment law concerns the relationship between employers and non-unionized, individual employees. Broadly speaking, employment litigation may involve disputes about the dismissal of employees, human rights claims including discrimination and harassment, workplace injuries, employment standards, occupational health and safety standards and the enforcement of non-solicitation and non-competition clauses.

Our lawyers offer practical results-oriented advice to management and human resources professionals regarding all aspects of the employment relationship. Our lawyers are also skilled advocates with extensive experience in all types of employment litigation.

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