Law Society of Ontario
Queen’s University, LL.B.
Queen’s University, B.Sc. (Mech. Eng.)
Canadian Bar Association
Ontario Bar Association
Currently the Managing Partner, Mark advises employers, both union and non-union, on workplace issues. In addition to his consultative work, Mark speaks before human rights tribunals, in judicial reviews, before appellate courts, and is a frequent spokesperson for employers in collective bargaining and grievance arbitration. As well, he regularly speaks about new and pressing challenges in workplace law in seminars and presentations.
Representative experienceJune 2019
Arbitrator concludes that where employer changes work schedule, thereby impacting on family responsibilities, employees must make efforts at reasonable self-accommodation before a finding of discrimination can be made. – Counsel: Mark Contini – Research: Andrew Reynolds
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