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Ed is an employment lawyer and Partner at Ross & McBride LLP.
He has been an employment lawyer in Hamilton for over 25 years, representing both employers and employees. For the last 21 years, Ed has written a bi-weekly column in the Hamilton Spectator on employment law.
Over the course of his career, Ed has appeared before the courts and a variety of tribunals. In 2001 he argued a Human Rights Code appeal before the Supreme Court of Canada and in 2016 before the Ontario Court of Appeal.
Ed aggressively represents and advises both employees and employers.
You can read Ed's articles via the Hamilton Spectator
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Areas of Expertise
Employment Standards Act issues
Canada Labour Code issues
Criminal Activity and Employment
Jun 02, 2018
Sometimes what you do outside of work can end up costing you your job. When we talk about criminal convictions, both the crime and your position matter.
Safe working conditions.
May 19, 2018
All workers have the right to refuse unsafe working conditions without reprisal from their employers.
Q&A's Human Rights Issues
May 05, 2018
QUESTION: After 10 years of service in a supervisory position I was recently terminated by my employer without any explanation. I have received only positive feedback and yet they replaced me soon after I was let go.