skip to main content

Cavalluzzo Lawyers Support Gender Neutral Robing Rooms

20 February 2019
Share with your friends and colleagues
Pick one or more destinations:

On February 20, 2019, the Law Society of Ontario announced  that it is finally going to address the inequality of the men’s and women’s robing rooms at Osgoode Hall. This decision followed a Twitter campaign led by Fay Faraday and others, featuring Cavalluzzo counsel: Lara Koerner Yeo, Danielle Bisnar, Adrienne Telford, and Jan Borowy.

Robing Room (C2498905xA0E3A)

These lawyers were part of an incredible team arguing for pay equity at the Divisional Court and fighting for locker room space behind the scenes. We are so proud of their efforts in and out of the court room.

Recent News

Firm News/13 March 2019

Superior Court Rules that Employee was Misclassified as an Independent Contractor and Termination Provision Violated the ESA

In Cormier v. 1772887 Ontario Limited, Cavalluzzo lawyers Christopher Perri and Alex St. John recently represented Kelly Cormier in a wrongful dismiss... Read More
News/12 March 2019

Cavalluzzo and USW Local 2251 Deal - Algoma Steel Restructuring - Recognized as "Top 10" Deal of 2018

Cavalluzzo represented the United Steelworkers Local 2251 (“USW Local 2251”) in the comprehensive restructuring of Essar Steel Algoma Inc.... Read More
News/6 March 2019

HRTO Hearing Cancellation Leaves Police Officer’s Case in Limbo

Cavalluzzo lawyers Kate Hughes and Tyler Boggs represent Police Constable Heather McWilliam in a sexual harassment application before the Human Rights... Read More

Stay Updated

To receive email updates on legal developments and firm news and events, please sign up here.