DOUGLAS A SULMAN
870 Park Avenue West, Chatham, ON N7M 5K6 DIRECTIONS
Here’s The Deal:
Douglas A Sulman received a Bachelor of Arts degree and an LL.B. degree at the University of Western Ontario and received his call to the bar in 1980. He has been a Chatham Councillor since 1998. He has extensive experience in Wills and Estates, Real Estate matters, employment, and Personal Injury Litigation. Douglas has appeared before various tribunals such as the Ontario and National Energy Boards, The Ontario Labour Board, The Assessment Appeal Board, The Ontario and Canadian Labour Boards, and all Federal and Provincial Courts. Whether your employment law relates to a wrongful dismissal, severance package or employment contract, he provides reliable legal advice. Douglas A Sulman was recognized and respected for his advocacy skills, not only in the courts and tribunals of Ontario but also in industry and the local community.
Human Rights Violations, Sexual Harassment, Workplace Bullying, Wrongful and Constructive Dismissal, Discrimination, Wills and Estates, Employment Agreement Negotiations, Civil Litigation & Real Estate
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202 King St West, The Daily Planet Building , Suite 300 K, Chatham, ON N7M 1E5 DIRECTIONS
Here’s The Deal:
Dimeski Law is a law firm led by Ilija, who has worked at three different legal clinics. The primary goal of the firm is to help the workers. They are dedicated to protecting the rights of the workers through private consultations and public legal education workshops. Their lawyers represent workers who have been mistreated by their employer, wrongfully terminated from their employment, or discriminated in the workplace. They will professionally assist the clients promptly. Dimeski Law clearly explained the possible outcomes of each option. The lawyers are friendly, helpful, responsive, and professional in their communication.
Termination Without Cause Severance Package, Termination For Cause, Constructive Dismissal, Unpaid Wages, Harassment, Bullying, Violence in the Workplace, Forced Resignation, Frustration of Contract & Human Rights