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To get in touch with us to review your case and learn about your rights, please fill out the form below or call us at 647-822-5492.Bune Law Employment Lawyer Toronto

Do you need an employment lawyer who can represent your rights related to a work-related issue? Are you looking for a lawyer who understands and cares about what you are going through?

Our law firm has experience representing both employees and employers in various employment issues, including termination of employment, wrongful dismissal, severance packages and human rights complaints.  We offer strong advocacy of your legal right to compensation from your employer if your job is terminated, or if you have been discriminated against or treated unfairly by your employer. 

As employment lawyers practicing primarily employment law and human rights law, we advise and use best practices to minimize disputes between employees and employers, as well as negotiate the best solution for your case. However, sometimes a negotiated settlement is not possible, in which case we vigorously represent your interests and fight on your behalf.  We are dedicated to seeing you get the help you need and the compensation you deserve. Our boutique size allows us to focus on what matters most: the best results for our clients. 

Unsure if you have a case? We provide potential clients with an honest and accurate assessment of their legal situation in a free initial consultation. We will explain how the law applies to your case and your options, so that you can decide how best to move forward.

If your job was terminated, you may want to contact us as soon as possible. The best way to begin is to request your free initial consultation with our employment lawyer in Toronto by calling 647-822-5492. Our free initial consultations are a forum for you to get your questions answered and to learn about your rights and options. At that time we can assess your case and provide you with a general timeline of the process and cost estimates of your potential case.

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