Employment Lawyer Toronto

Losing your job can be emotionally and financially traumatic. At Hummingbird LLP we work with you to ensure that you get the severance package you deserve.  Don’t sign any termination letter or release until you visit Hummingbird to request a consultation.

Hummingbird Lawyers LLP works to resolve a wide variety of employment law matters to ensure that our clients receive the fair treatment and compensation that they are entitled to by law.  If you have lost your job through no fault of your own, your employer is required to provide you with reasonable working notice or pay in lieu of notice.  The Employment Standards Act sets out the minimum requirements that an employer must adhere to when ending the employment relationship.  However, often times you are entitled to termination pay and/or severance pay that is significantly greater than the statutory minimums and what is being offered by your employer.

At Hummingbird LLP we work to ensure that you receive the financial compensation that you are entitled to by law.  Our priority is to optimize your compensation package in a timely and cost-effective manner.  Hummingbird Lawyers LLP employment law services are available on a contingency fee basis – meaning, we don’t get paid until you get paid.

Don’t let your employer pressure you into signing any termination letter or release until you understand your employment rights.  If you were wrongfully dismissed and want to ensure that you are receiving the compensation that you deserve, contact Hummingbird LLP to request a consultation.

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Contact Brian Greenspan for more information about our employment law services or complete the following intake form to request a consultation with Hummingbird LLP.

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Hummingbird Lawyers strategically assists businesses and individuals in the areas of corporate law, commercial and residential real estate transactions, wills and estates, employment law and commercial and family law litigation.

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