Toronto employment lawyer, Cédric Lamarche, is a partner at Singh Lamarche LLP. He provides bilingual legal representation to employees and employers on all aspects of employment law including wrongful dismissals, constructive dismissals, human rights, harassment, employment standards, contract interpretation, overtime pay, and severance packages.
Cédric is an adept advocate. He has acted on over 400 matters and has represented a diverse array of clients throughout Ontario, Alberta, Québec and British Columbia. He brings to the table significant experience gained through his work with one of Canada’s largest law firms and with a leading Toronto employment law boutique. He has appeared before the Ontario Superior Court of Justice, the Federal Court, the Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario, the Ontario Labour Relations Board, the Public Service Grievance Board of Ontario, the Ontario College of Teachers’ Discipline Committee, and the Health Professions Appeal and Review Board. Cédric also regularly speaks and writes on a variety of employment topics. He has a pragmatic approach to the practice of law, and is known as a tenacious adversary.
Cédric’s workplace advocacy style is largely influenced by his experiences with the Canadian Armed Forces, the Supreme Court of Canada, and as an extreme sport guide. He believes that trust, integrity, and clear communication are essential to effective representation, and his client’s commend him for his approachability and his straightforwardness. Cédric genuinely enjoys helping his clients and understands the importance of prompt and personalized service. Despite a busy practice, he always makes time for his clients.