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Ronald Minken

Ronald S. Minken
145 Main Street Unionville
Markham, Ontario   L3R 2G7

905-477-7011
905-477-7010 (fax)
admin@minken.com
www.minkenemploymentlawyers.com
Degrees/Designations - B.A. (Hon.), LL.B.(1988), Certified Mediator - Osgoode Hall Law School (1998)
Practice Areas - Employment and Human Rights
Practice Description - Mediation Practice restricted to Employment Law matters.
Background - Ron heads the only employment law boutique in York Region. He is well known by clients and the business community as an energetic and passionate proponent for employment law. For many years, Ron has been recognized as one of Canada’s top employment lawyers by Canadian HR Reporter in its Canada’s Employment Lawyers Directory

Ron's commitment to keeping abreast of the latest cases and ever-changing laws fuels his ingenuity for strategizing the best result for each client. His persistence as a negotiator has also earned him a reputation for his ability in overcoming obstacles to achieve results.

Drawing on years of experience, Ron is an avid communicator on employment law and has been interviewed by Carswell/Thomson Reuters for nation-wide webinars on such topics as Bill 168: Violence and Harassment in the Workplace and Constructive Dismissal—Dead or Alive?

Ron also appears as a guest speaker and presenter of authored works at numerous business shows, corporate functions, and professional development seminars. Ron, along with his team, writes the quarterly column, “Employment Law Issues,” in Magazine For Business, and are also frequent contributors to legal and human resources publications.

Ron has worked at such downtown Toronto law firms as Cassels Brock and Weir Foulds. He graduated from Osgoode Hall Law School in 1988 and was called to the Bar of Ontario in 1990. Having obtained his Certificate in Mediation from Osgoode Hall Law School in 1997, Ron is available to mediate Employment Law disputes.

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