Ottawa Employment Lawyer

Daniel Badre

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Address

1505 Laperriere Ave, Ottawa, ON K1Z 7T1, Canada

GPS

45.378075, -75.7428054

Telephone


OPENING HOURS

Monday

09:00-17:00

Tuesday

09:00-17:00

Wednesday

09:00-17:00

Thursday

09:00-17:00

Friday

09:00-17:00

Saturday

09:00-17:00

Sunday

09:00-17:00

Ottawa Employment Lawyer – Daniel Badre

 

Year Called to the Bar: 2014

As an Ottawa employment lawyer, Daniel Badre finds his work very rewarding.

Badre Law represents employees who have been wrongfully dismissed or terminated without proper severance pay. We also represent employees who suffer harassment, bullying or discrimination at work.

Losing your job can be very stressful and can have negative consequences on your day-to-day well-being and on your family. It can be a confusing time as employees are often taken by surprise when their job is suddenly terminated. During this time it’s important that employees know their employment rights and ensure that their employer is adhering to them.

Employment Law Firm Ottawa

An Employment Lawyer in Ottawa You Can Count On

Badre Law advises and represents employees on all facets of the workplace relationship and work termination. We can tell you whether you are entitled to minimum guaranteed compensation under the Employment Standards Act or even more pay at common law.

If you have been terminated, laid off, demoted, given an ultimatum, or subjected to inappropriate and unaddressed behaviors such as harassment in your work environment you may be entitled to compensation. If you have been offered a termination package or told to sign a Release, but are unsure if it is fair, you may contact our office for a free consultation.

Often employers will pay only employees minimum amounts required by law (somewhere in the range of 2 to 8 weeks of pay). However, employees may be entitled to more compensation based on a number of different factors. The compensation can possibly total months instead of weeks of salary. An employment lawyer can advise you on your rights and whether or not your employer is playing fair.

Badre Law Employment Law advises on the following areas:

+ Wrongful dismissal
+ Severance pay/package
+ Pay in lieu of notice
+ Harassment and discrimination
+ Constructive dismissal
+ Covid-19 Laid off

Daniel’s passion is helping people following tragedy and misfortune – Make no mistake – Job loss can be devastating and leave you feeling vulnerable. As in his practice as an Ottawa area injury lawyer, Daniel dedicates his focus to his Ottawa area employment law clients and diligently pursues the best outcomes to help see you through a difficult time.

 

Education

+ Juris Doctor from California Western School of Law
+ Master of Laws (LL.M.) from the University of British Columbia

 

An Employment Lawyer in Ottawa Committed to Your Recovery

Need an Ottawa employment law lawyer passionate about getting justice for you?

Badre Law represents exclusively employees in their disputes against employers. If your employment is wrongfully terminated or if you haven’t been provided with sufficient notice or pay after being terminated, contact us immediately.

If you have been discriminated against or harassed at your workplace give us a call. We are happy to discuss your options and your rights before you make any final decisions.

Daniel offers a free, no obligation, consultation to discuss your circumstances and handles employment law cases on a contingency fee basis, meaning you pay no fees unless they win your case.

Contact Daniel Badre today! Call 613-714-0823 or e-mail: Daniel@badrelaw.com.

 

 


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