We have developed extensive experience representing non-profit organizations, employees, patients, students and parents from a wide range of social, economic and ethnic backgrounds.
Based in Toronto, Canada, we offer a broad range of litigation services, and also advocate for our clients
outside the courtroom in mediations and negotiations, and through government relations and research work.
- April 18, 2016
Bakerlaw’s Emily Shepard was recently cited in an article that covers restaurant tipping and changes being made to how owners in the Toronto restaurant industry are compensating their employees. Emily comments on the importance of Bill 12: Protecting Employees’ Tips Act and the legal protection the Act will offer. You can read the full article here […]
- April 14, 2016
Today the Federal Government unveiled the bill regarding physician assisted death titled: An Act to amend the Criminal Code and to make related amendments to other Acts (medical assistance in dying). This bill is in response to the Carter v Canada decision which held that Canadians have a right physician assistance in dying. The Government […]
- April 13, 2016
Recently we have been contacted by many regarding the Ontario autism program changes. We have another case already ongoing at the Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario. Through this case, we hope to set a precedent that students should be able to get IBI/ABA provided in schools as a form of accommodation. This would mean that […]
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