Administrative Proceedings

Taylor McCaffrey LLP's labour lawyers appear before or on behalf of provincial or federal administrative agencies concerning various matters, including judicial, adjudicative, arbitration, disciplinary or regulatory proceedings, appeals and constitutional challenges.

As counsel, we work with clients on pre-litigation strategy and preparation, and then effectively advocate on their behalves during hearings. Our lawyers have appeared before all levels of court, including the Supreme Court of Canada and frequently appear before various tribunals such as the Manitoba Labour Board, the Canadian Industrial Relations Board, human rights adjudicators and grievance or interest arbitrators.


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