Law Society of Ontario
Queen’s University, B.A. (Hons.)
University of Detroit Mercy, Faculty of Law, J.D.
University of Windsor, J.D.
Canadian Bar Association
Ontario Bar Association
Christian is an Associate in the firm’s Toronto Office. He represents both unionized and non-unionized employers in all areas of labour and employment law. He has experience advising on labour board applications, grievances and arbitrations, collective bargaining, wrongful dismissals, human rights applications and workplace health and safety prosecutions.
Christian previously worked at the firm as a Summer and Articling Student before returning as an Associate. He is a graduate of the Dual JD program at the University of Windsor and University of Detroit Mercy. Prior to law school, Christian obtained his Bachelor of Arts in Political Studies at Queen’s University, where he graduated with Honours.
In his free time, Christian enjoys spending time with family, staying active through running and golfing, and rooting for the Montreal Canadiens and Miami Dolphins
In this issue: 1) Artificial Intelligence is Coming to Your Workplace: How Employers Can Prepare, 2) Termination of Employment for Non-Compliance with a Mandatory Vaccination Policy Upheld in the Hospital Context, 3) Human Rights Tribunal Finds the Job Requirement of “Permanent Eligibility to Work in Canada” to be DiscriminatoryRead more
In this issue: 1) BC Court Rules that Placement on Unpaid Leave for Violation of Mandatory Vaccination Policy is not Constructive Dismissal; 2) Roasted: Investigation Conduct Lands Employer Café in Hot Water; 3) OHRT Rules that it has Concurrent Jurisdiction with Labour Arbitrators over Human Rights MattersRead more
The Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario Weighs in On the Jurisdiction Over the Human Rights Complaints of Unionized Employees
This article analyzes the HRTO decision in Weilgosh v. London District Catholic School Board in relation to last year’s SCC’s decision, North Regional Health Authority v. Horrocks.Read more