Andrew provides advice and representation to employers in many areas of employment and labour law. He began his career with Sherrard Kuzz LLP as a summer student and articling student during which time he participated in a secondment at the Ontario Labour Relations Board.
Andrew’s expertise includes:
- Advising the Multinational and Multi-Jurisdictional Employer
- Attendance Management
- Canada Industrial Relations Board Proceedings
- Civil Litigation
- Collective Agreement Administration
- Collective Bargaining
- Construction Labour Relations
- Employee Relations
- Employment and Labour Issues in Corporate Restructuring and Transactions
- Employment Contracts
- Employment Standards
- Executive Employment Agreements and Compensation
- Grievance Arbitration
- Human Rights and Accommodation
- Labour Relations Board Proceedings
- Management Training
- Occupational Health and Safety
- Policy Development and Implementation
- Responding to Union Organizing 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
Andrew graduated with Dean’s Honours from the Juris Doctor program at Queen’s University Faculty of Law, where he received the Dean’s Bronze Medal, and awards for highest standing in each of Constitutional, Administrative, Employment, and Labour Law and was the recipient of the Sherrard Kuzz LLP Prize in Employment, Labour and Administrative Law.
Andrew is a member of the Law Society of Upper Canada, Canadian Bar Association and Ontario Bar Association (Labour & Employment, Administrative Law, Civil Litigation, Constitutional, Civil Liberties and Human Rights Law, Workers’ Compensation, and Young Lawyers Division). He is also an active member of the Canadian Manufacturers and Exporters’ Energy Committee.
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20/20 the magazine of the Canadian Manufacturers and Exporters - October 2016