Disability in the Workplace Disability in the Workplace & Disability Discrimination in Toronto In this video, Marty Rabinovitch, a Toronto employment lawyer talks about disability in the workplace and disability discrimination in Toronto for human resources professionals. This video focuses in on what employers should do when an employee advises the employer of a medical […]


Workplace Safety and Insurance Board (WSIB) Claims Workplace Safety and Insurance Board (WSIB) Claims In this video, Marty Rabinovitch speaks with human resources professionals about Workplace Safety and Insurance Board (WSIB) Claims and other related employment law issues. Marty Rabinovitch is an employment lawyer and commercial litigator with the Toronto Law Firm of Devry Smith […]


Sex, Drugs and Employment Law At Devry Smith Frank LLP‘s Human Resource Seminar, Toronto employment lawyer Marty Rabinovitch covers topics related to sex, drugs and employment law. Marty takes a look at recent cases involving drug and alcohol testing in the workplace, along with sexual misconduct. Our law offices are easily located in the Lawrence […]


To discourage the disclosure of details of settlements to third parties, confidentiality  provisions are often included in settlement agreements between an employer and a former employee.  In Northfield Metal Products Ltd. v Parsons (1991), the Ontario Labour Relations Board stated that the purpose of confidentiality provisions is to protect the value of the settlement to […]


Doug Ford v. Bill Blair Defamation Interview with Marty Rabinovitch Doug Ford v. Bill Blair Defamation Interview with Marty Rabinovitch In this video, Marty Rabinovitch a lawyer and litigator with Devry Smith Frank LLP discusses the defamation matter between Toronto councilor Doug Ford and Police Chief Bill Blair on Global News with Leslie Roberts. The […]


In Ontario, under the Workerplace Safety and Insurance Act, S.O. 1997[1], if an individual sustains an injury from an accident which arises out of and in the course of their employment, they are entitled to worker’s compensation benefits. Further, there is a rebuttable presumption that when an accident arises out of the individual’s employment, it […]


TORONTO HUMAN RIGHTS LITIGATION LAWYER Français Marty is an experienced Toronto Human Rights lawyer who can help any party involved in a human rights dispute to navigate through what may often be a difficult and emotional process. He is a graduate of Queen’s University (B.A.H. in Political Studies) and the University of Windsor (LL.B.) and […]


For insurance carriers and employers, managing disability claims during and after an employee’s employment presents many challenges. Issues may arise about the collection of medical information, accommodation of the disabled employee, coverage, set-offs for other disability benefits, and related claims. One of the most problematic issues is who is responsible for determining when a disabled […]


Lawsuits against Canadian Mining Company for Human Rights Abuses Committed Abroad Allowed to Proceed This blog is written by our summer student, Michelle Stephenson. Last month, three motions to strike by Toronto-based mining company Hudbay Minerals Inc. and two of its subsidiaries were dismissed by the Ontario Superior Court of Justice. Instead, the lawsuits against […]

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