Our goal is to provide our clients with sound advice and zealously advocate on their behalf. Presumably, that is why they retain us. Yet it is often frustrating to discover that our clients inadvertently undermine our ability to do so. In this blog post, we lay out some tips and tricks on how (not) to work with your employment lawyer.
The Rudner Law team is honoured to have been voted one of the Top 3 Employment and Labour Boutiques, for the second year in a row, in Canadian HR Reporter’s Readers’ Choice Awards for 2020. We appreciate your confidence in us.
Rudner Law practices exclusively in the area of Employment Law (or HR Law, as it is often called). Our clients include individuals, local startups, family businesses, national and multinational corporations, charities and not-for-profit organizations.
At Rudner Law, we know that people don’t have “employment law issues”; they have business decisions to make. And they need to make informed decisions. That’s where we come in. We can explain how the law applies to your situation, discuss the options and strategies available to you, and the pros and cons of each. You can then take all of that into account, along with business and other factors, and develop a strategic approach to achieve your goals.