ACHKAR LAW: Toronto Employment Lawyers, Labour Lawyers, and Human Rights Lawyers

To discuss your matter with ACHKAR LAW: Toronto Employment, Labour, and Human Rights Lawyers call 647-946-6440, e-mail or fill out the form below.


ACHKAR LAW: Toronto Employment, Labour, and Human Rights Lawyers is a team of Lawyers concentrating on Workplace Issues, Human Rights, Human Resources, and Civil Litigation in Toronto and the Greater Toronto Area.

ACHKAR LAW advises both employers and employees on all employment law and human rights issues, including:

  1. Wrongful terminations and dismissals;
  2. Severance packages (review and negotiation), including executive compensation;
  3. Workplace bullying and harassment;
  4. Workplace investigations;
  5. Workplace safety;
  6. Constructive dismissals;
  7. Employment Agreement drafting and review; and
  8. Workplace violations and discrimination under the Ontario Human Rights Code and the Canadian Human Rights Act


Having experience advocating for both employers and employees, we know how to anticipate the opposite side’s arguments, and craft effective and efficient plans with their arguments in mind.

As lawyers who focus on employment law and human rights law, we engage best practices to avoid disputes with employees and employers, as well as negotiate the best solutions for your case. When negotiations fail, we are ready to go to court and fight on your behalf.

Whether you have worked for one year or for more than thirty years, we explain your options and act for you when you need the help.

What you gain:

  • Safety and security – avoid risk, with current or future legal issues.
  • Personalized and dedicated service.
  • No delay – no surprises.
  • You will be always updated on your case.
  • You get answers – as of the first phone call.
  • Ease and peace of mind.



Contact us to book a consultation

For a case evaluation, to talk about your case and know your rights, fill out the form below or visit the contact page and get in touch. * Consultations, forms, and emails sent to us do not create a lawyer-client relationship and do not constitute legal advice.