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/15 December 2022

New Court of Appeal Administrative Law Decision Applies Vavilov to Decisions from the Ontario Labour Relations Board

On November 16, 2022 the Court of Appeal found that the Divisional Court incorrectly quashed three O...
Event/13 December 2022

Michelle Thomarat Speaks at Clinical Risk Conference

Michelle Thomarat speaks at The Osgoode Conference in Clinical Risk, Negligence & Claims Management ...
News/6 January 2023

Significant Decision for Employees: Court Certifies Unpaid Vacation and Public Holiday Pay Class Action Against RBC Dominion Securities

On December 29, 2022, the Ontario Superior Court certified a class proceeding against RBC Dominion S...
Event/2 February 2023

Danielle Bisnar and Aminah Hanif return as Judges at 2023 Julius Alexander Isaac Moot

Cavalluzzo lawyers Danielle Bisnar and Aminah Hanif are delighted to return as judges in this year’s...
Blog/7 November 2022

Belmont case: Repayment of Pension Money Paid in error

In October, the Nova Scotia court released a decision dealing with repayment of amounts paid in error to a pension plan member (Belmont Financial Serv...
News/15 December 2022

New Court of Appeal Administrative Law Decision Applies Vavilov to Decisions from the Ontario Labour Relations Board

On November 16, 2022 the Court of Appeal found that the Divisional Court incorrectly quashed three O...
News/12 December 2022

"Duty to Mitigate Doesn’t Mean You Must Take An Inferior Job Offer"

In today's Legal Matters, Jeff Andrew discusses the responsibility of an employee owed severance aft...
News/6 January 2023

Significant Decision for Employees: Court Certifies Unpaid Vacation and Public Holiday Pay Class Action Against RBC Dominion Securities

On December 29, 2022, the Ontario Superior Court certified a class proceeding against RBC Dominion S...
News/29 November 2022

Bill 124 Declared Unconstitutional

Today, the Ontario Superior Court of Justice held that Bill 124, the Protecting a Sustainable Public...
Event/2 February 2023

Danielle Bisnar and Aminah Hanif return as Judges at 2023 Julius Alexander Isaac Moot

Cavalluzzo lawyers Danielle Bisnar and Aminah Hanif are delighted to return as judges in this year’s...
Event/13 December 2022

Michelle Thomarat Speaks at Clinical Risk Conference

Michelle Thomarat speaks at The Osgoode Conference in Clinical Risk, Negligence & Claims Management ...
Blog/7 November 2022

Belmont case: Repayment of Pension Money Paid in error

In October, the Nova Scotia court released a decision dealing with repayment of amounts paid in error to a pension plan member (Belmont Financial Serv...
Blog/14 July 2022

Supreme Court to Hear Two Appeals About Indigenous Law-Making Powers

Cases like these highlight the need for courts to address tensions between Indigenous law and Canadian law

Two cases which have been granted leave to the Supreme Court of Canada address the relationship between Canada’s settler law and Indigenous laws and i...
Blog/24 June 2022

CAPSA releases Draft Consultation on ESG Considerations in Pension Plan Management

Draft includes three principles which could add clarity to pension plan fiduciaries on ESG issues

CAPSA has released a Consultation for comment which addresses ESG considerations and is seeking any comments by September 15, 2022.

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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