Marvin A. Gorodensky
Mr. Gorodensky graduated from McGill (1983 - B.A.) and from the University of Windsor (LLB) 1986. Since his call to the bar in 1988, he has practiced exclusively in the area of employment law, predominantly representing individuals in respect of wrongful dismissal, contracts, Human Rights and Employment Standards. He is also a contributor/speaker to the Law Society of Upper Canada and CBA specializing in issues relating to employment law. Mr. Gorodensky has appeared as counsel in cases at every level of Court in Ontario. He has also appeared before numerous tribunals including The Ontario Labour Relations Board and The Human Rights Tribunal. Mr. Gorodensky has had numerous cases reported both in the Ontario Reports and Canadian Cases on Employment Law.
Sheldon Kaufman, B.A., M.A., LL.B., is a graduate of McGill University, Dalhousie University and the University of Western Ontario. After graduating from the University of Western Ontario (Dean's List) in 1996, he concentrated in the labour and employment law fields. Mr. Kaufman draws from his academic and research background and his commitment to civil rights as an advocate in the field of employment law with a particular emphasis in the areas of wrongful dismissal, Human Rights, Workers' Compensation and Occupational Health and Safety.