If you have been wrongfully dismissed or subjected to unfair treatment or practices at work, and you’re looking for assistance, you have found the right team.
You can depend on Cassady & Company for sound advice and skillful advocacy no matter how complex your case might be. We understand employment issues can be stressful, which is why we will act swiftly toward resolution from the outset.
If you have questions, you can count on us for clear answers. We will take the time to help educate you regarding the legal issues involved in your particular situation. We will gather information, identify your rights and advise you with respect to entitlement to compensation. Going forward, you will remain the centre of your case and will receive regular updates while we work toward achieving the best outcome.
The courts frequently reinterpret employment law, which can significantly impact your rights, so we take an adaptive approach to ensure our client’s interests are well-served. We will use every method and legal tactic to advance your interests and work toward resolution of your claim. While the vast majority of employment law claims can be settled without a trial or even a lawsuit being commenced, in the event negotiations prove unsuccessful, we will deliver strong advocacy in court and through trial if necessary. We have represented clients with claims before the British Columbia Human Rights Tribunal, Employment Standards Tribunal and adjudicators under the Canada Labour Code. We have also assisted clients in lawsuits in Small Claims Court, the Supreme Court of British Columbia, and the Court of Appeal of British Columbia.
Whether you need assistance negotiating a departure, legal counsel in an ongoing dispute, or a strong advocate in court. you can depend on the lawyers at Cassady & Company for smart, professional service. We advise our clients on a range of employment matters, including employment agreements, human rights issues, terminations, and severance claims.
We assist clients with:
- Wrongful dismissal
- Contract disputes
- Human Rights issues (including age, race, and gender discrimination)
- Drafting employee contracts