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Sherrard Kuzz LLP

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Managing Partner: Michael G. Sherrard
Number of partners: 11 Number of lawyers: 30
Languages: English, French, Spanish

Firm Overview:
Sherrard Kuzz LLP is one of Canada’s leading employment and labour law firms exclusively representing employers. Recognised nationally and internationally, the firm is consistently named among Canada’s Top 10 Employment and Labour Boutiques (Canadian Lawyer,) Canada’s Leading Employment & Labour Law Firms (Chambers Global, Best Lawyers and Legal 500) and as Repeatedly Recommended (Lexpert.) The firm's clients are domestic and foreign, unionised and non-unionised, operate in both the public and private sectors, provincially and federally regulated, and range in size and complexity of operations from small, single-location enterprises to large, multi-site, multinational corporations.

Main Areas of Practice:

■ Advising the Multinational and MultiJurisdictional Employer
■ Attendance Management
■ Canada Industrial Relations Board Proceedings
■ Civil Litigation
■ Collective Agreement Administration
■ Collective Bargaining
■ Compensation and Benefits Plans
■ Construction Labour Relations
■ Employee Relations
■ Employee Screening and Hiring
■ Employment Contracts
■ Employment and Labour Issues in Corporate Restructuring and Transactions
■ Employment Standards
■ Executive Employment Agreements and Compensation
■ Grievance Arbitration
■ Human Rights and Accommodation
■ Injunctive Court Proceedings and Judicial Review
■ Interest Arbitration
■ Labour Relations Board Proceedings
■ Management Training
■ Mediation and Dispute Resolution
■ Occupational Health and Safety
■ Outsourcing
■ Pay Equity
■ Policy Development and Implementation
■ Privacy
■ Responding to Union Organising and Applications for Certification
■ Sale or Closure
■ Strike or Lock-Out Preparation and Business Continuity Planning
■ Workplace Audits
■ Workplace Investigations
■ Workplace Safety and Insurance
■ Wrongful and Constructive Dismissal Litigation