Mark is a lawyer at Williams HR Law, where he practices in all areas of management-side labour, employment, and human rights law.
In his practice, Mark assists employers with a wide variety of legal issues, including employment standards, policies and agreements, discipline and terminations, wrongful dismissal litigation, accommodation and disability management, human rights complaints, workplace investigations, occupational health and safety, and collective bargaining. Mark has experience assisting clients in a broad range of industries, including childcare, manufacturing, not-for-profit, financial services, insurance, and professional services.
Mark also conducts impartial third-party workplace investigations in relation to allegations of discrimination, harassment, sexual harassment, and various other forms of misconduct, and has written on a multitude of topics ranging from legislative developments to best practices from an HR law perspective.
Mark earned his J.D. at the University of Toronto Faculty of Law, where he volunteered at Downtown Legal Services (DLS), the University of Toronto’s legal aid clinic, first in the Tenant Duty Counsel Assistance Project and later in the Employment Law Division. He also volunteered for the Asper Centre for Constitutional Rights and Artist Legal Advice Services. Mark completed his articles of clerkship at Williams HR Law, where he also previously served as a summer student.
Before beginning his legal education, Mark earned an Honours Bachelor of Science with high distinction at the University of Toronto in the Psychology Specialist Program. Mark has also worked as a research assistant in the field of clinical psychology at a leading research hospital.