Jodi Solomon

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  • Called to the Bar of Ontario, 2015
  • J.D., Faculty of Law, Osgoode Hall Law School
  • B.A., Sociology and Canadian Politics, McGill University
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An insightful and passionate advisor, Jodi’s astute ability to see the big picture allows her to develop a deep understanding of her client’s needs. Dedicated to practical and responsive client service, Jodi provides advice in all matters of workplace law and workplace disputes.

Acting on behalf of both employers and employees, Jodi’s practice encompasses a broad spectrum of employment law, including wrongful and constructive dismissal, Occupational Health and Safety Act prosecutions, human rights, harassment, as well as executive compensation in the public and private sector.

Jodi provides advice on negotiating agreements and severance packages, workplace investigations, drafting workplace policies, and advises on issues of discrimination and obligations with respect to the duty to accommodate.

Jodi’s litigation practice focuses on employment and human rights law, and prides herself on being able to assist clients who find themselves in difficult situations and provide them with exceptional value. Jodi is a discerning advocate and regularly appears before the Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario, the Ontario Court of Justice, Ontario Superior Court of Justice, and the Divisional Court.

  • J.D., Faculty of Law, Osgoode Hall Law School
  • B.A., Sociology and Canadian Politics, McGill University
 Practice Areas  Called to the Bar
  • Called to the Bar of Ontario, 2015
 Assistant  Experience
  • Engineers Canada/Engenieurs Canada v. MMI-IPCO, LLC, 2015 FC 839, 255 ACWS (3d) 721 -

    Trade-Marks Opposition Board, Canadian Intellectual Property Office (July 9, 2015). Decision of the Federal Court arising from an appeal from the Trademarks Opposition Board, which held that POLARTEC ECO-ENGINEERING was registrable. Appellant sought a decision from the Federal Court to overturn the Board's decision. The respondent withdrew the application and succeeded on the issue of mootness.




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