Jeremy practises in the areas of labour relations and employment law. His experience includes:
- advising and representing employers in matters before the Ontario Labour Relations Board, Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario, and courts;
- acting on behalf of employers in wrongful dismissal litigation;
- advising employers on health and safety due diligence and representing employers faced with orders and defending health and safety charges;
- providing guidance to employers on how to minimize the costs and risks of terminations and of implementing changes in the workplace; and
- advising employers in union avoidance and representing them in applications for certification.
While at Queen's University Jeremy received the Canada Law Book Company's Book Prize in Torts and Jeremy's team took first place at a Labour Law Moot Competition at Queen's.
- "For industrial machine guarding, eternal vigilance is the price of freedom," Canadian Safety Reporter, Apr 3, 2012 (co-author)
- "Forum Shopping a Growing Problem," The Lawyers Weekly, March 2, 2012, Focus on Labour & Employment Law (co-author)
- "E-Contracts: Contracting Electronically in Employment," The Lawyers Weekly, March 4, 2011, Focus on Labour & Employment Law
- "Giving Notice of Altered Contract Won't Lower Damages: Wronko," The Lawyers Weekly, July 4, 2008, Focus on Labour & Employment Law
- "How to Avoid Liability in Disputes Over Work Assignments," Daily Commercial News, Vol.81 No.73, April 15, 2008, Construction Law