Kevin Robinson – Toronto Employment Lawyer 2018-01-27T15:39:39+00:00
Kevin Robinson Toronto Employment Lawyer

Kevin Robinson – Partner

For Kevin and his team, I would give a Triple “E” rating. That is Experienced, Efficient and Excellent! Well done Kevin, well done and thank you!

John (JB) Barrett, Former employment client.

Kevin Robinson has been providing Iovate Health Sciences International Inc. with legal advice regarding our employment and human resources matters for several years. Kevin’s level of service is outstanding. Having worked with other law firms in the past, I found that a quick and immediate response was not always their priority. For Kevin and his firm it is clear that client service together with solid legal advice is their priority. As a client who needs to ensure I have access to the best advice within the time I need it to make the best business decision I can, Kevin’s accessibility and responsiveness has resulted in a long standing and beneficial business partnership.

Debra Bartley, BA,, MIRDirector, Human Resources, Iovate Health Sciences International Inc.

Kevin Robinson was recommended to me by friends in the legal community. He was able to meet with me very quickly after I was terminated to review the offer from my employer. He reviewed the offer and explained the law such that I was able to resolve this fairly and cost effectively. His legal advice helped me understand and feel comfortable with a difficult situation and let me move on.

Ann MacKenzie

About Kevin Robinson

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Toronto employment lawyer, Kevin Robinson is a partner at Robinson Heeney LLP. He has been acting as a strong advocate for his clients in the area of labour and employment law since his call to the bar in 1999.

Kevin represents employers in both unionized and non-unionized settings and also regularly acts on behalf of employees. Kevin also works extensively in the area of workplace respect and provides awareness training and is regularly retained to conduct independent workplace investigations.

Kevin’s interest in employment and labour law was first sparked by his economics professor’s stories about arbitrating and adjudicating workplace issues. He became intrigued with the idea of managing the workplace in a way that would benefit the daily lives of both employers and employees.

Kevin has spent his legal career attempting to promote that idea. He articled with, and then joined, the labour and employment department of a prominent Toronto law firm where he practiced for several years. He then joined the federally-regulated Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC) as legal counsel responsible for labour and employment issues, where he dealt with a wide diversity of employment issues. During his tenure at the CBC, Kevin learned that in order to be effective and valuable, a lawyer must take into account the business realities of the particular work environment. After his time with the CBC, Kevin returned to private practice with a boutique employment law firm where he expanded his practice and developed a particular expertise in the area of conducting independent workplace investigations and providing training in the area of investigations and workplace respect.

Kevin is a frequent speaker and lecturer on employment law issues. He has spoken on a variety of topics for the Law Society of Upper Canada, the Ontario Bar Association, the Canadian Institute, the Human Resources Professionals Association, Osgoode Hall Law School and Queen’s University. He has served as a member of the Council of the Ontario Bar Association and the executive of its Labour and Employment Law section. He was appointed by the Attorney General of Ontario to the Council of the Ontario Association of Architects for a term between 2006 and 2008. Kevin has successfully completed courses in Intensive Trial Advocacy and on the Reid Technique of Interviewing and Interrogation and in 2008 graduated with his Master of Laws degree in Labour and Employment from Osgoode Hall Law School.

As of 2013, Kevin is the author of the employment law chapters of CCH’s Ultimate Corporate Counsel Guide.

Outside of law, Kevin goes to too many music concerts, doesn’t travel often enough and remains an unrepentant fan and supporter of CBC radio.

Contact Kevin at: 416-646-5169 or [email protected]m