Toronto Employment Lawyers Assisting Employers and Employees



Issues arising out of an employment relationship can be contentious, lengthy, and expensive, often striking at the heart of issues fundamental to people’s day to day lives.

At Arbesman Hamilton LLP we represent both employers and employees in employment law matters and workplace disputes. Our lawyers provide trusted legal guidance at all stages of an employment relationship, from pre-hiring considerations and contract preparation, to advising on problems that may arise during employment, to safely navigating discipline and/or terminations. We also skillfully represent employers and employees at litigation and dispute resolution where necessary.

Our Client-Centric Approach

At Arbesman Hamilton LLP, we pride ourselves on building strong, lasting relationships with each of our clients, and work with them to identify their goals in order to achieve their desired result. We provide practical, honest, and customized legal advice unique to each specific workplace matter.

Regularly advising both employers and employees provides us with valuable insights into each party’s unique perspectives and priorities, giving us a distinct strategic advantage. We are able to understand how the other side thinks, and therefore proactively identify and mitigate issues before they evolve into more problematic situations. Where advocacy is necessary, our in-depth understanding of the full picture permits us to guide a matter to a swift resolution, saving you time and money.

Contact Toronto Employment Lawyers Arbesman Hamilton LLP to Ensure your Workplace Rights are Protected

The knowledgeable and experienced employment lawyers at Arbesman Hamilton LLP in Toronto assist clients with navigating the risks and obligations in employment relationships. Contact us online or at 416-481-5604 to book a consultation today.

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