- Call to the Bar, 2017
- Osgoode Hall Law School, JD, 2016
- York University, MA, Communication and Culture, 2013
- McMaster University, BA, Political Science, 2010
Brendan is a forceful and thoughtful advocate for employees, unions, and associations in a range of labour and employment matters. Whether negotiating, litigating, or advising clients, Brendan combines careful legal analysis with a measured, results-oriented approach.
Brendan’s practice is focused on civil litigation, labour law, and construction labour law. He has represented clients at the Ontario Labour Relations Board, in labour arbitrations, and in court, acting in a variety of matters, including wrongful dismissal and wrongful competition litigation, injunction proceedings, collective bargaining, and grievance arbitration.
Before joining the firm in 2020, Brendan articled and practiced at a leading management-side labour and employment boutique. The insights he gained from management-side advocacy inform the strategic and legal approaches Brendan deploys on behalf of employees, unions, and associations.
Brendan earned his JD from Osgoode Hall Law School. At Osgoode, Brendan volunteered as a caseworker in the Administrative Division of the Community Legal Aid Services Program and was an associate editor of the Osgoode Hall Law Journal.
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