is a partner in the Toronto Office. His practice focuses on labour, employment, and public law. Chris advises employers and related organisations on a range of labour, employment, and human rights issues, and represents them in negotiations and before arbitrators, labour boards, human rights tribunals and the courts. He has represented clients in both the private and public sectors, including in telecommunications, transportation, banking, retail, manufacturing, and health care. Chris has extensive experience in judicial review and appeal proceedings arising from labour, employment and human rights disputes. He regularly appears as counsel before the Ontario and Federal courts and has appeared on several occasions before the Supreme Court of Canada.
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