Committed Entirely to Employees

Cavalluzzo is a leading employment and labour law firm that is dedicated to advancing the causes of working people. With over 35 years of dedicated experience, we are consistently ranked as one of Canada’s top employment and union side labour boutique law firms. Unlike many of our competitors, our firm exclusively represents employees.

Our knowledgeable employment lawyers have experience with diverse workplace issues across a wide variety of industry sectors. We understand that work is one of the most fundamental aspects of a person’s life and that termination from your employment or dealing with conflict and difficult conditions on the job can have devastating and life-changing effects.

Our approach is simple: We are committed to providing our clients with the highest quality of legal representation in all areas of workplace law. We are experienced litigators, though we pride ourselves in our ability to negotiate and obtain favourable settlements to avoid costly and time-consuming litigation. Above all, we strive to provide strategic advice, timely service, and practical cost-effective solutions for our clients’ workplace issues.

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Recent Blog Posts

Features/20 October 2021

Reflections: Labour, Human and Civil Rights

Darshan Singh Sangha: Transforming early exposure to workplace hardship into activism against workplace race discrimination and toward unifying workers to mobilize for improved and equitable working conditions for all

Sheilagh Turkington dives into the history of Darshan Singh Sangha, and his national advocacy for the sawmill workers within the Sikh community, and h...
Blog/24 September 2021

New Court Decision Shines a Light on a Part of Legal Practice Rarely Seen: Settlement

Peres v. Moneta Porcupine Mines Inc., 2021 ONSC 5798

Stephen Moreau discusses a recent decision from the Ontario Superior Court. Stephen successfully argued the Court should enforce a settlement agreemen...
Features/8 September 2021

Reflections: Labour, Human and Civil Rights

Migrant Labour in Canada: the Resistance of The "Seven Jamaican Women" or "Seven Jamaican Mothers"

Kylie Sier dives into the history of migrant domestic care workers in Canada with a focus on the resistance of the "Seven Jamaican Women" or "Seven Ja...