Mathews Dinsdale is pleased to announce that Sara J. Malkin has joined the firm’s partnership. Sara works out of our Toronto office.
Law Society of Ontario
University of British Columbia, B.A. (Hons.)
University of British Columbia, J.D.
Canadian Bar Association
Young Women in Law
Sara is a Partner in our Toronto office. Sara utilizes efficient, creative and practical solutions to achieve success across a wide range of labour relations matters – including the preparation of employment contracts, interpretation of collective agreement language, policy drafting and implementation, discipline, wrongful dismissal actions and grievance arbitration.
Sara has represented employers before the Ontario Superior Court, the Canadian Industrial Relations Board, Ontario Human Rights Tribunal, the Canadian Human Rights Tribunal, as well as the Workplace Safety and Insurance Board and Tribunals. She frequently represents employers at the bargaining table, both in the private and public sector.
Sara is counsel to both provincially and federally regulated employers throughout Ontario, in a full range of industries. In particular, Sara has extensive experience in manufacturing, warehousing, community services and not for profit organizations. In addition, Sara frequently speaks at professional conferences and provides in-house training sessions.
Sara is often retained to share her expertise in the area of workplace harassment, including sexual harassment. In this regard, Sara is regularly retained to conduct and advise on the conducting of workplace investigations.
Sara’s passion for Employment Law and education led her to co-facilitate the Employment Law Course at Queen’s University from 2015-2017.
Sara Malkin and Emily Russell co-author article for OHS Canada entitled Tips for Implementing Mental-Health Policy.
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