Provided by James D. Kondopulos
James D. Kondopulos is a founding member and partner* at Roper Greyell LLP. He has represented employers and senior employees before all levels of court and a wide range of workplace-related administrative tribunals in British Columbia. He is a strong advocate who provides capable representation, pragmatic advice and practical, cost-effective and long-lasting solutions to difficult workplace challenges, including in relation to wrongful or constructive dismissal claims, restrictive covenants, compensation disputes, disability and attendance management, and discipline and discharge in the unionized environment.
Fasken Martineau DuMoulin LLP, 2002-2004; Greyell MacPhail, 2004-2006; Roper Greyell LLP, 2006-present; Chartered Professional in Human Resources (CPHR); LL.B. and B.Comm. (Accounting) (With Honours), University of British Columbia.
Canadian Bar Association (CBA); Canadian Bar Association (CBA) Labour and Employment Law Section; Canadian Bar Association BC Branch (CBABC) Employment, Labour and Human Rights Law Sections; Canadian Association of Counsel to Employers (CACE); Chartered Professionals in Human Resources BC & Yukon (CPHR BC & Yukon); The Advocates’ Society; Hellenic Canadian Lawyers’ Association (HCLA); Planning committee, Continuing Legal Education Society of British Columbia (CLEBC) Employment Law Conference; Editorial board, LexisNexis Canada Inc. Labour Notes newsletter.
James Kondopulos is highly proficient in workplace disputes, frequently representing clients in human rights litigation and administrative tribunals. A Vancouver-based lawyer, he has appeared before all levels of the BC courts, including the Court of Appeal.