Employment Law

Employment Law

Employment Law is contracts.  It’s terminations, illnesses, leaves.  It’s dynamic and often happens suddenly.

Employment lawyers will tell you that they know the law, communicate persuasively, bill fairly and report regularly.

We do that.

Here’s what else you can expect:

Modern Litigation Support.

Sometimes things end badly. We’re here for that. We interface with our clients in a manner that suits them. In person, yes. Phone, sure. Email, of course. Skype, FaceTime, Text – absolutely.

Dedicated Client Portal.

A space where lawyer and client can collaborate. Clients can see their documents and communication, calendar and litigation budget.

A smarter law firm means a more accessible lawyer.

Smart Documents.

Contracts, Non-Compete Agreements, and Non-Disclosure Agreements are often used and reused by our clients.  We make it easier with documents designed for use with current and future hires.  Key terms can be easily updated by the client without reinventing the wheel or incurring large legal fees.

A smarter law firm means a more productive lawyer.

Automated Document Assembly.

Automation allows us to assemble court documents at least 20 times faster than manually, saving time and money to be spent on your case, not clerical. Court forms and agreements are completed with improved accuracy, avoiding errors and reducing risk.

Digital Litigation Court Document Database.

Using leading edge technology we have access to Canada’s largest collection of employment litigation court documents.  This combines employment litigation-focused research with practice specific tools to support your strategic decisions and automate the most tedious tasks.

A smarter law firm means a smarter lawyer.

 

At The Ross Firm, Employment Law stands for:

Employment Contracts

Wrongful Dismissal

Discrimination Claims

Constructive Dismissal

Non-Compete Agreements

Non-Solicitation Agreements

Non-Disclosure Agreements

Commission Agreements

Subcontractor Agreements

Independent Contractor Agreements

Workplace Violence and Sexual Harassment Claims