Employment lawyer Marty Rabinovitch is a member of our employment law group at Devry Smith Frank LLP (“DSF”). A significant portion of his practice focuses on employment law matters, human rights matters, and disability cases. Marty regularly attends at the Superior Court, Human Rights Tribunal and before Employment Standards Officers.
Marty joined DSF as a summer student and later articled with a firm. He has been practicing commercial litigation at DSF since 2010.
He is a graduate of Queen’s University (B.A.H. in Political Studies) and the University of Windsor (LL.B.). Marty received multiple academic awards from Queen’s University and Upper Canada College.
He is an avid tennis player, enjoys watching and umpiring baseball, and has traveled extensively in Europe.
For further information or assistance with employment law or human rights, please contact employment lawyer Marty Rabinovitch.
Marty recently acted as counsel in the following reported decisions:
Chatoor v. Xerox Global Services, 2011 HRTO 2232 (CanLII), which addressed an employer's objection to the Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario's jurisdiction to adjudicate a complaint;
Ruremesha v. Travelers Guarantee Company of Canada et al, 2012 HRTO 1044 (CanLii) in which the Tribunal decided that a full hearing would be required to address all issues raised in the Application, and
Koenig v. University of Toronto, 2012 HRTO 1098 (CanLII), which was a reconsideration decision of the Tribunal with respect to allegations of discrimination based on citizenship.
Marty often speaks at seminars and participates in a different media campaigns. Below are some videos recorded during his participation at an Exclusive Employment Law/Human Resources Seminar Series in Toronto and commercials with Real Estate 101 Show.