Brian Greenspan

Brian is a Lawyer in the Employment and Corporate/Commercial practices at Hummingbird Lawyers LLP.

Brian’s employment law practice focuses on wrongful dismissals, disability claims, accommodations, workplace disputes, harassment, and employment agreements. Having worked for nearly a decade at one of Canada’s largest HR consulting company, Brian has extensive experience in delivering strategic workplace resolutions covering a wide variety of workplace issues including terminations, discipline, and disability claims.

Brian understands that work is integral to a person’s integrity, self-esteem, and overall well-being – and that is why Brian works to ensure that his clients receive the compensation and fair treatment that they deserve and are entitled to at law.

Brian’s corporate and commercial practice includes incorporations, mergers and acquisitions, shareholder and partnership agreements, corporate policy development and review, privacy matters, commercial leases and assignments, non-disclosure and confidentiality agreements, and other commercial agreements.

If your employment has been terminated, your disability claim denied, or you are experiencing a hostile work environment, please do not hesitate to contact Brian for a free consultation.

To schedule a free consultation with Brian please email: brian@hummingbirdlaw.com

Education

University of Western Ontario (LL.B. 2005)
University of Western Ontario (B.A., 2001)

Bar Admissions

Member, Ontario Bar (2006)

Professional Associations

Member, Law Society of Upper Canada

Practice Areas

Employment Law
Business and Corporate Services

Recent Publications / Quotes

Health scare spurs Greenspan’s employment law practice
Labour report recommends ‘more equitable’ treatment for employees: Greenspan

Contact

Email: brian@hummingbirdlaw.com
Phone: 905.731.1911 x224

 

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