Toronto Employment Lawyer Bram A. Lecker B.A. LLB

Lecker & Associates provides legal counsel to employees who have been terminated or face other employment issues. As a strong advocate for employees' rights, Lecker & Associates has been involved in several precedent setting cases.

The principal of the firm, Bram A. Lecker, B.A. LLB. as an experienced employment lawyer in Toronto, is dedicated to the employees seeking their rights in employment matters, wrongful dismissal, constructive dismissal, harassment in the workplace, benefits, employment contracts and severance.

Bram attended York University, Honours B.A., Canadian Studies
Attended Law School at University of Ottawa. Bram worked for two years for the Federal Government Legal Department, Consumer and Corporate Affairs, specializing in competition law issues and articled for Greenglass & Grossman specializing in Employment and Commercial litigation.

Called to the Bar in April 1984. Bram worked for the Better Business Bureau of Metropolitan Toronto Inc., as in-house legal counsel for six (6) months following call to the Bar.

Bram began full private practice in 1984 specializing in employment and commercial law.

January 1991 to May 1993 was a Law Instructor (Commercial Law) for the Paralegal Program at Humber and Seneca Colleges in Toronto.

Significant Cases

In Ontario Supreme Court decisions in Luz v. Moore Business Forms Ltd., and Bullen v. Procter & Redfern was first lawyer in Ontario to obtain summary judgment in a private employment wrongful dismissal action.
In Ontario Supreme Court Decision in Martellacci v. CFC/INX Ltd., established the principle that temporary “layoffs “must be treated as terminations.
In Ontario Court of Appeal decision in Randhawa v. Everest & Jennings Ltd. established principle that employer could not interfere with Employment Insurance process.
In Supreme Court of Ontario Decision in Youkhanna v. Spina Steel established principal that Employers could not interfere with Employees rights to claim for WSIA injury.
In Supreme Court of Canada decision in Hilton v. Norampac Industries established principle that Employee could refuse material change in working conditions that adversely affected “Family Lifestyle”.
Bram has written and authored over a dozen articles for Canadian Business Life, Employment News and Import World Magazine on a variety of employment and business related issues. He has been interviewed by Toronto Star, National Post and CBC Canada Radio on various Employment related issues

In May 2001- Bram presented as Guest Lecturer, Law Society of Upper Canada Continuing Education Series " the six minute employment lawyer " - Topic - Status on the Availability of Punitive and Aggravated Damages in employment litigation.

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