Christina J. Wallis

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While there is no requirement in Ontario for employees to provide notice of resignation to their employer, the parties can contract for a reasonable notice of resignation period. The purpose of any such notice is to enable the employer to find a replacement for the resigning employee. The courts...

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Christina J. Wallis

Contact Information

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416-369-7832

Practice Description

Christina practices commercial litigation and leads the firm's employment law group. Her employment law practice includes defending actions related to wrongful dismissal, human rights, sexual harassment, general harassment, breach of fiduciary duty, employment contracts, and workplace health and safety. Christina also works with managers and human resource professionals to structure and administer policies to prevent problems in a cost-effective manner whenever possible.

Christina acts for a number of national lenders in commercial litigation and debtor remedies.

Education

  • LL.B. Osgoode Hall Law School, York University

Professional Affiliations and Distinctions

  • Admitted to the Ontario Bar (Law Society of Upper Canada), 2005
  • Canadian Bar Association