New Partner Announcement

Cavalluzzo LLP is very pleased to announce that Niiti Simmonds and Michael Mandarino have joined our partnership.

28 January 2021
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Cavalluzzo LLP is very pleased to announce that Niiti Simmonds and Michael Mandarino have joined our partnership. We wish them both ongoing success as they continue their practices as partners in the firm.

Niiti practices in the areas of human rights, administrative, employment and labour law, professional regulation/discipline, pay equity and long term disability litigation. Niiti joined the firm as an associate in 2018 after practicing at a specialty legal clinic where she conducted test case and appellate litigation pertaining to workers' rights and poverty law, prior to which she practiced at a leading litigation firm. Niiti was called to the Ontario bar in 2010 after completing her articles as a judicial law clerk at the Superior Court of Justice. 

Michael practices in the areas of labour law, construction law, professional regulation/discipline and health law.  He regularly appears before arbitrators, mediators and other administrative tribunals, including providing representation before the Ontario Labour Relations Board and on construction lien matter for unions. He has also appeared as counsel at the trial and appellate level courts in Ontario. Michael articled with the firm in 2012 and joined us as an Associate in 2013 after his call to the Ontario bar. 

For nearly four decades, 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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