Jeremy Warning

Partner Toronto, T: 647.777.8284 C: 647.407.5732 F: 416.862.8247

Eve Bradury Assistant 416.862.8280 x261 ebradbury@mathewsdinsdale.com

Biography

Bar admission

Law Society of Ontario

Education

Western University, LL.B.
York University, B.A. (Hons.)

Membership and affiliations

Canadian Association of Counsel to Employers (CACE)
Canadian Bar Association
Canadian Society of Safety Engineering
Ontario Bar Association

Profile

Jeremy is a labour and employment lawyer specializing in occupational health and safety law. As a former health and safety prosecutor, Jeremy has detailed and special expertise in occupational health and safety and other regulatory matters. He advises and represents organizations and their management in all sectors. Jeremy provides proactive and strategic advice following serious workplace incidents, during regulatory inspections (including in challenging orders and directions), with respect to work refusals, and on other sensitive health and safety issues. In addition, Jeremy is a very experienced and successful advocate who has conducted numerous trials, appeals and hearings before every level of court in Ontario and before boards of arbitration, the Ontario Labour Relations Board, Occupational Health and Safety Tribunal Canada, and Coroner’s Inquests.

Jeremy is a co-author of the Annotated Occupational Health and Safety Act, a leading text used by lawyers and human resources and health and health and safety professionals. He is also a frequent writer, speaker and lecturer on health and safety law and issues. As well, Jeremy is the immediate pate Chair of the Occupational Health and Safety Subcommittee of the Canadian Association of Counsel to Employers (CACE).

Jeremy is recognized as a leading occupational health and safety lawyer. He is ranked as “consistently recommended” in the Canadian Legal Lexpert Directory and is listed in the Best Lawyers in Canada.

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