Cheryl A. Edwards

Partner Toronto, T: 647.777.8283 C: 416.452.4958 F: 416.862.8247

Katrina Sorochinsky, Paralegal Assistant 416.862.8280 x391 ksorochinsky@mathewsdinsdale.com

Biography

Bar admission

Law Society of Ontario

Education

Osgoode Hall Law School, LL.B.

Membership and affiliations

American Bar Association
Canadian Association of Counsel to Employers (CACE)
Canadian Bar Association
Canadian Labour Law Association
Global Occupational Safety and Health Network
International Organization of Employers
Ontario Bar Association
Women in Occupational Health and Safety Society

Profile

Cheryl is a senior partner in our national Occupational Health and Safety (OHS) and Workers’ Compensation practice.  A former Ontario OHS Prosecutor, Cheryl has over 30 years of experience in advising on strategic and practical approaches for management of workplace safety issues including the complexities of OHS due diligence, contractor management, accident response strategies, and discipline for safety matters.  She frequently advises on national and federal OHS programs.  She has defended and represented Canadian employers, constructors, senior management, and supervisors in some of the most serious and complex health and safety trials, complaints, inquests and appeals.  She provides hard hitting and practical OHS training on due diligence, contractor management and other topics to management and supervisors.

Cheryl led a national OHS practice group as well as an international OHS practice group prior to joining Mathews Dinsdale. She has been repeatedly listed as a leading lawyer in workers’ compensation in Best Lawyers in Canada, and a leading occupational health and safety practitioner in the Canadian Legal Lexpert Directory. Cheryl also regularly provides practical advice and representation in grievance arbitration and labour board proceedings. She is a frequent speaker at in house training sessions and professional conferences.

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