Cynthia Crysler Joins Firm as Head of Pensions and Benefits Practice

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3 June 2020
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Cavalluzzo LLP is thrilled that Cynthia Crysler has joined the Firm as a Partner. Cynthia will lead the Firm’s Pensions and Benefits Practice. 

For almost 25 years, Cynthia has exclusively worked in pension and benefits from a broad range of perspectives, including private practice representing unions, employees and administrators, within the Ontario government, within a large jointly sponsored public sector plan, and most recently with Ontario’s new pension regulator on strategic projects.  She was also seconded as counsel to the Ontario Expert Commission on Pensions chaired by Professor Harry Arthurs, resulting in the first comprehensive report on the pension system in Canada in 20 years.  Cynthia provides legal, policy and strategic advice to her clients, including guidance on governance and compliance issues.

For 37 years Cavalluzzo LLP has represented trade unions, organizations and individuals, in both the public and private sectors and in every profession. We remain dedicated to superior advice and advocacy through the same innovation and dedication on which our firm was founded.

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