Symes Street & Millard provides expert legal advice and representation to employees and employers in all areas of employment law, including legal issues relating to workplace harassment and human rights claims, contract advice and negotiations, wrongful dismissal claims and severance negotiations. If you are a recently terminated employee, click here to learn how Symes Street & Millard can help.
Human Rights and Equality Law
The lawyers at Symes Street & Millard have advised and represented both complainants and respondents on all manner of human rights and equality issues, including harassment and discrimination complaints based on sex, gender, disability, and family status. Symes Street & Millard provides expert advice and advocacy in this specialized and evolving area of law. If you believe that your human rights have been violated, click here to learn how Symes Street & Millard can help.
Regulated professions such as nurses, doctors, pharmacists and architects are supervised by professional colleges in order to guarantee a high level of service to the public. Symes Street & Millard has extensive experience advising and representing professionals with respect to complaints, discipline and registration issues.
Symes Street & Millard has extensive experience in the practice of regulatory law. Our lawyers advise individuals and businesses on regulatory compliance and represent clients dealing with regulatory prosecutions and other issues at specialized tribunals and in the courts.
Symes Street & Millard specializes in civil litigation. Our lawyers have appeared before all levels of courts and tribunals in Ontario and across Canada, including the Supreme Court of Canada. Symes Street & Millard provides creative, effective advocacy in order to obtain the best possible outcome in court.
Symes Street & Millard represents trade unions at all levels of adjudication: from grievance arbitration and labour board proceedings to judicial review and appeal proceedings in court. Our lawyers offer a wealth of experience in the labour relations context in areas including human rights, occupational health and safety, disability, employment benefits, employment equity and collective bargaining.