MADELEINE LOEWENBERG

A co-founder of Loewenberg Psarris Workplace Law LLP, Madeleine has practiced exclusively as an employment and labour lawyer since 2002. She regularly drafts and provides advice related to employment contracts; provides advice related to attendance management; consults in respect of termination entitlements; conducts workplace investigations; drafts workplace policies and procedures; advises on and litigates issues arising under the Ontario Human Rights Code, the Employment Standards Act, 2000, the Occupational Health and Safety Act and the Workplace Safety and Insurance Act; and conducts grievance arbitration proceedings and wrongful dismissal litigation. Madeleine has appeared before all levels of Ontario court and administrative tribunal, including the Federal Court of Appeal and the Ontario Court of Appeal. She is named to the Best Lawyers in Canada in the area of Employment and Labour Law, as well as Occupational Health and Safety, is named to the Lexpert Peer Rankings in Occupational Health and Safety, and is an Acritas Star Attorney. She has contributed to (and been quoted in) a variety of publications including: Canadian Employment Law Today, the Workplace News, the Law Times, the Canadian Safety Reporter and the Mercer/CCH Guide for Employers.

LOCATION: Toronto, Canada

LICENSED TO PRACTICE IN: Called to the Bar in Ontario (Canada).

CURRENT FIRM: Loewenberg Psarris Workplace Law LLP

PRIOR FIRM(S): Norton Rose Fulbright

LAW SCHOOL: York University - Osgoode Hall Law School

HONORS AND AWARDS: Best Lawyers in Canada (Employment and Labour, Occupational Health and Safety), Lexpert Ranked (Occupational Health and Safety), Acritas Star Attorney

PRACTICE AREA(S):

Labor and Employment

(Counseling and Compliance, Disability and Leave Management, Employee Mobility, Trade Secrets and Unfair Competition, Employment, Consultant and Severance Agreements, Harassment, Discrimination and Retaliation, Hiring Procedures and Background Checks, Labor Relations, Litigation — Employer-side, Restrictive Covenants (Confidentiality, Non-competition and Non-solicitation), Separation/Severance Agreements, Wage and Hour, Whistleblower Claims, Worker Classification, Workers Compensation, Workplace Investigations, Workplace Policies and Procedures)

Government Investigations

(Department of Labor Investigations)


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