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Jennifer D. Zdriluk



Year of call: 2003

Jennifer is a Labour, Employment and Human Rights lawyer and partner at Ross & McBride LLP.

She was called to the bar in July of 2003 and has practised exclusively in the firm's Labour and Employment Group since that time.

She regularly appears before the Courts, the Human Rights Tribunals, Arbitrators, the Labour Board and other administrative tribunals on employer and employee issues.

In addition, she also regularly advises employers on matters dealing with employment relations, employment contracts, the creation and implementation of workplace policies, privacy issues, termination, human rights, fiduciary issues and statutory requirements.

Jennifer has worked with employers on matters dealing with employment contracts, the creation and implementation of workplace policies, termination, human rights and statutory requirements.

Areas of Expertise

  • Employment Law
  • Human Rights
  • Administrative Law

Organizations and Activities

  • Hamilton Law Association (member)
  • Human Resources Professionals Association Halton Chapter - Member
  • Centre Stage Productions - Board Member
  • Saltfleet Soccer Club

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