Grosman, Grosman & Gale LLP is one of Canada’s leading, most highly recommended labour and employment law firms, and its lawyers are widely recognized as being at the top of their field.
At Grosman, Grosman & Gale, your top Toronto employment law firm, we value close relationships with Canadian employers and employees. Our labour law experience spans:
brought a successful motion to enforce a settlement agreement in Wilson v. Northwest Value Partners Inc., 2015 ONSC 4726, and were awarded $18,000 in costs.more
appeared on CBC's The National to discuss a recent sexual harassment investigation at Brock University.more
recently launched his new employment law research website: www.employmentlaw101.ca.more
Bill Gale, Mark Fletcher, and Jeff Hopkins were recognized by LEXPERT as three of the leading labour and employment lawyers in Canada for 2017.
Jeff Hopkins spoke at the Ontario Credit Union Conference on March 30, 2017 on the topic of "Extended Employee Medical Leaves and Innocent Absenteeism".
Jeff Hopkins and Justin Tetreault successfully defended a motion at the Ontario Court of Appeal in Chen v. Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce, 2017 ONCA 166, and were awarded $11,791.96 in costs.more
GG&G congratulates Bill Gale for once again being listed as one of Lexpert's "Top 500 Lawyers in Canada".
On November 18, 2016, Kristen Pennington was quoted in an article published by the Canadian Press about a recent sexual harassment investigation at the University of British Columbia.more
Jeff Hopkins and Justin Tetreault spoke at the Human Resources Education Day Conference on October 19, 2016.
Mark Fletcher spoke at the HRPA quarterly employment law webcase on September 7, 2016 on the issue of just cause for terminations.
Justin Tetreault was elected to the OBA Labour & Employment Law Section executive for the 2016-17 year.
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Jeff Hopkins and Justin Tetreault successfully defended an appeal challenging their previous victory in Wilson v. Northwest Value Partners et al. which enforced a settlement agreement between the parties.more
On September 7, 2016 Kristen Pennington had an article published in Canadian Employment Law Today about the Ontario government's plan to train hospitality staff to combat sexual harassment.more