Toronto Employment Lawyer

Yan David Payne

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Toronto Employment Lawyer – Yan David Payne

Serving Clients in Toronto, the GTA, and Throughout Ontario

 

Year Called to the Bar: 2003

Mr. Payne is the the founder of Payne Law, a respected litigation firm in Toronto.

His firm concentrates on serious civil and commercial litigation disputes – including employment law litigation – and represents clients throughout Ontario.

In his 18 years of experience, Mr. Payne has helped shape common law in the area of employment law in Ontario through a number of successful trial verdicts.

Yan is well regarded within the legal community and recognized as a leading litigation lawyer in Toronto. He is certified by the LSO as a Specialist in Civil Litigation.

 

Toronto Employment Law Lawyers - Payne Law

 
Yan negotiates and settles hundreds of workplace disputes every year. He recognizes the impact job loss has on his clients from both an emotional and practical perspective. When retained to act on your behalf, he will work to resolve your employment law issue as quickly yet prudently as possible providing support, strategic guidance and determined advocacy. In rare instances where opposing sides are unable to come to terms through negotiated settlement, Yan, as a proven trial lawyer, is fully prepared to take a case he believes in to court.

Every employment law case and client is unique but a common denominator is Yan’s commitment to protecting your legal rights and best interests in a timely, cost effective manner.

 

An Experienced Toronto Employment Lawyer

From small, private businesses, government and Crown corporations to large, multinational corporations and from administrative and support positions to senior staff and executives – Yan David Payne has the experience and expert knowledge to evaluate your employment law complaint and advise on the best way to proceed.

Mr. Payne has settled hundreds of employment and human rights cases and has an outstanding trial and appeal record, including numerous widely-reported cases.

The Toronto employment lawyers at Payne Law are all indoctrinated and adhere to the three “P’s: Preparation, Professionalism, and Perseverance.

Yan David Payne’s dedication to this area of law and commitment to each case he takes on fuels him and his staff to work towards achieving the best possible outcomes for his clients.

Mr. Payne helps employees deal with issues such as:
+ Wrongful Dismissal
+ Constructive Dismissal
+ Employment Law Litigation
+ Human Resource Violations
+ Human Rights Violations
+ Discrimination
+ Notice
+ Severance Pay
+ Workplace Bullying and Harassment

Professional Memberships

+ Law Society of Ontario (LSO)
+ Ontario Bar Association
+ Member of the LSO Directory of Certified Specialists
 

Employment Law Advocacy by a Certified Specialist in Civil Litigation

If your employer has terminated your employment for any reason or you are experiencing inappropriate treatment in your workplace, Yan David Payne would be happy to speak with you about your dismissal and/or negative experiences and advise you if you have a case and, if so, how to best move forward.

The Employment Standards Act and Canada Labour Code set out minimum standards only. However, in many cases, you will be entitled to much greater level of compensation than the statutory minimum. Several factors contribute to the calculation of what a court would deem fair and reasonable.

It is of critical importance you consult with an employment lawyer before signing anything or accepting any offer from your employer.

Contact Toronto employment lawyer Yan David Payne today to discuss your employment law concerns – 416-447-4529.

 

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