Geoffrey Vendeville

Geoffrey Vendeville will be going into his third year at Osgoode Hall Law School. Prior to attending law school, he worked in journalism as a reporter for the Montreal Gazette and Toronto Star, and in communications at the University of Toronto.

Alex Lemoine

Alex has developed a speciality in advising clients on matters related to accessibility compliance, executive compensation and workplace dispute resolutions.

Bradley Gavin-Williams

Bradley Gavin-Williams is a J.D. candidate at Osgoode Hall Law School where he was honoured to be the recipient of the Bogoroch & Associates Entrance Award. During his time at Osgoode, Bradley was introduced to mooting where he developed a passion for oral advocacy that he looks forward to pursuing in his final year. Before attending Osgoode, Bradley received an Honours B.A. from the University of Toronto where he majored in political science and history and minored in American studies.

Kenji Nuhn

Kenji advises and represents employers on labour, employment and human rights issues. Having previously worked in human resources, Kenji is uniquely positioned to provide practical solutions to workplace issues.

Ryan J. Freeman

Ryan provides practical, real world advice and representation to employers and management in both the private and public sector on a wide range of labour and employment issues, including wrongful dismissal actions, labour disputes, health and safety, construction labour relations, collective bargaining, workers’ compensation, employment standards, and human rights.

Rayaz M. Khan

Rayaz provides advice and representation to employers and management in both the private and public sectors on a wide range of labour, employment and human rights issues. He also advises and helps corporations navigate large-scale restructurings.

David S. Alli

As an experienced advocate, David has successfully represented clients in appellate proceedings, wrongful dismissal litigation, human rights applications, Ministry of Labour complaints and labour grievances. He also provides daily advice to clients to assist with legal compliance and strategy.

Sean M. Sells

Sean advises employers, administrative tribunals and governmental committees on a wide range of litigation, pension, constitutional law, administrative law and labour and employment matters.

Natasha D. Monkman

As a pension and benefits lawyer and the chair of the firm’s Pension, Benefits, and Executive Compensation Practice Group, Natasha regularly advises employers regarding the design, funding, administration, and governance of their employee benefit plans and pension plans including in the context of corporate transaction matters. Natasha is the Past-Chair of the Ontario Region Council of the Canadian Pension and Benefits Institute.

Mark H. Mason

Mark’s practice includes arbitration advocacy, employment litigation, human rights proceedings and the entire spectrum of collective bargaining including interest arbitrations and strike management. Mark advises a variety of employers and brings a practical and solutions-focused approach to the legal services he provides.