Nicole is building a practice that includes advice and representation for employers in both the private and public sectors on a wide range of labour and employment issues including grievance arbitrations, labour disputes, wrongful dismissals, and workplace health and safety.
Artimes’ practice involves providing strategic 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. This includes grievance arbitrations, collective bargaining, labour disputes, occupational health and safety, human rights and accommodation and employment standards.
David advises employers and pension plan administrators on the design and administration of pension and employee benefit plans. Having worked with a variety of pension plans across Canadian jurisdictions, he is well positioned to help navigate the complex world of pension standards legislation.
Kimberly Dias received her Juris Doctor at the University of Toronto Faculty of Law. Prior to law school, Kimberly graduated with high distinction from the University of Toronto, where she received her Honours Bachelor of Arts degree in ethics, society & law, and heath studies.
Max Levy is a graduate of the Juris Doctor program at the University of Toronto’s Faculty of Law. Prior to attending law school, he graduated with high distinction from Trinity College at the University of Toronto, receiving his Honours Bachelor of Arts with a double major in ethics, society & law, and history.
Michael’s practice emphasizes the negotiation of collective agreements and the defence of employers before the courts and in arbitration cases, human rights hearings and labour board proceedings. He devotes time to truly understand each client’s business so that he can better assist them to navigate and prioritize their workplace issues.
Eleanor assists employers and management in resolving litigation and legal disputes, whether through principled settlement negotiations or courtroom advocacy.
Rebecca provides advice and representation to employers on a wide range of labour, employment and human rights issues.
Tatiana provides advice to employers and management in both public and private sectors on management of digital evidence and eDiscovery processes. As a lawyer and electrical engineer with years of experience providing eDiscovery management consulting services, Tatiana is strongly positioned to leverage top technology for timely and thorough analysis of potential evidence in electronic data sets.
Mariana provides advice to federally and provincially regulated employers on all aspects of workers’ compensation claims and appeals, such as initial entitlement, accommodation and related human rights and arbitration proceedings.