We Understand Employment Matters
Karimjee Greene LLP is a boutique law firm in downtown Toronto, specializing in employment law, human rights and dispute resolution. We focus on solving workplace problems.
We work with both individual employees and employers in a wide range of employment matters and we believe that this familiarity with both sides gives us a broad perspective and makes us powerful advocates for all of our clients.
At Karimjee Greene LLP, we emphasize depth, not volume. This means that we handle all aspects of each case we take on with expertise and meticulous attention to detail.
Whether you’re looking for proactive advice about managing difficult workplace issues, or you need assistance with a wrongful dismissal claim, a human rights complaint, or any other employment law matter, Karimjee Greene LLP can help. Call us or request a consultation.
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- Terminations and Severance Package Review
- Constructive Dismissal
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- Workplace Violence and Harassment
- Human Resources Support and Training
- Employment Law Audits
- Disability and Accommodation
- Workers’ Rights
- Canada Labour Code Unjust Dismissal
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- Supreme Court Appearance
- DeafBlind Ontario's St. Patrick's Day Achilles Event
- Karimjee Greene LLP Sponsors the Assaulted Women's Hotline
- Law Society of Upper Canada
- Human Rights and Housing
- Negotiation Skills Seminar
- Judge Orders $100K in Punitive Damages in Just-Cause Case
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- Smart Phones in the Workplace: Right to Disconnect
- 19th Annual Employment Law Summit
- Is the Flu a ‘Disability’ Under the Human Rights Code?
- Innovative affordable housing provider, and Karimjee Greene LLP client, St. Clare’s Multifaith Housing Socieity profiled in Globe and Mail
- 15th Annual Current Issues in Employment Law
- Mediation Migration
- When the Doctor’s Note is not Enough: Employer Requests for Independent Medical Examinations
- Policy Statement Released by OHRC Provides Guidance on Medical Documentation for Disability Claims
- Uber Drivers Claim They Are Employees
- 18th Annual Employment Law Summit
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