WHO WE ARE

Cavalluzzo LLP is dedicated to advancing the causes of working people and social justice. We make complex issues understandable, work to ensure that simple matters stay that way and manage your costs effectively. Our lawyers specialize in union-side labour law, employment law, class actions, pensions and benefits, professional regulation, human rights, constitutional law, Indigenous rights and public interest advocacy. Whether in a labour arbitration or at the Supreme Court of Canada, we bring our collective expertise and commitment to excellence to bear on every case.

Resources

News/17 May 2022

New Pay Equity Act Means Many Women Are Entitled to Pay Raises

In today's Globe and Mail, Jan Borowy comments on the new federal Pay Equity Act.
Event/16 May 2022

Ryan White Speaks at the Ontario Bar Association's Labour and Employment Law Program

Ryan White speaks at the Ontario Bar Association's Labour and Employment Law Program.  He will ...
News/12 May 2022

Michelle Thomarat Presents on Human Rights & Accommodations for Education Professionals

Michelle Thomarat speaks on the topic of Ontario human rights legislation and the scope of the duty ...
In the News/10 May 2022

"New Bill Won’t Stop Employers from Looking Over your Shoulder"

In today's Legal Matters, Stephen Moreau discusses a newly enacted law that compels Ontario firms to...
Blog/6 May 2022

Remote Work and Workers' Compensation Following Air Canada et Gentile-Patti

Is a worker entitled to compensation if they are injured while working from home?

Is a worker entitled to compensation if they are injured while working from home? This blog post reviews decisions by the WSIAT and most recently by Q...
Event/16 May 2022

Ryan White Speaks at the Ontario Bar Association's Labour and Employment Law Program

Ryan White speaks at the Ontario Bar Association's Labour and Employment Law Program.  He will ...
News/12 May 2022

Michelle Thomarat Presents on Human Rights & Accommodations for Education Professionals

Michelle Thomarat speaks on the topic of Ontario human rights legislation and the scope of the duty ...
News/17 May 2022

New Pay Equity Act Means Many Women Are Entitled to Pay Raises

In today's Globe and Mail, Jan Borowy comments on the new federal Pay Equity Act.
Event/20 April 2022

Adrienne Telford Speaks at Lancaster House Human Rights and Accommodation Conference

Adrienne Telford speaks at the Toronto Human Rights and Accommodation Conference.  She will be ...
News/27 April 2022

"What ‘Exceptional Circumstances’ Warrant Longer Notice Periods?"

In today's Legal Matters, Stephen Moreau discusses “reasonable notice” of termination&nb...
In the News/10 May 2022

"New Bill Won’t Stop Employers from Looking Over your Shoulder"

In today's Legal Matters, Stephen Moreau discusses a newly enacted law that compels Ontario firms to...
Blog/6 May 2022

Remote Work and Workers' Compensation Following Air Canada et Gentile-Patti

Is a worker entitled to compensation if they are injured while working from home?

Is a worker entitled to compensation if they are injured while working from home? This blog post reviews decisions by the WSIAT and most recently by Q...
Blog/29 April 2022

BC Decision Addresses Fiduciary Duties of Pension Plan Trustees

Larkin v Johnson, 2022 BCSC 603

In the recently released case, Larkin v. Johnson (2022 BCSC 603), the BC Court made several helpful comments related to the fiduciary duties of plan t...
Blog/28 February 2022

International Repetitive Strain Injury Awareness Day

Recognizing the prevalence of RSIs in the workplace

This post explains describes the challenges in bringing repetitive strain injury claims to the Workplace Safety and Insurance Board, and explains what...

Practice Areas

Our practice is varied – encompassing labour, public, pension, administrative, Charter, civil and employment law, as well as professional regulation – but our dedication to superior advocacy is constant.

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