Specializing in Employment & Litigation
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Scher Law is a leader in complex employment, human rights, CPP and disability insurance claims.
Our law firm is dedicated to protecting the rights of employees who have been terminated by their employers or by their disability insurance. For 25 years we have worked to secure the rights of dismissed and disabled employees to insure that their rights are respected and that they get the best and fairest settlements possible after any wrongful dismissal or insurance termination.
Employment Law Claims
Wrongful Dismissal Claims
Short term & Long term Disability Claims
Chronic Pain Claims
Canada Pension Plan Disability Claims
Human Rights Claims
Fibromyalgia & Chronic Fatigue Claims
Discrimination & Harassment Claims
Severance Packages & Employment Contracts
Unionized & non-unionized work disputes
Hugh Scher is the founder of the law firm Scher Law Professional Corporation where he leads a team in the practice of employment and human rights law as well as disability insurance.
He is frequently called upon to advise employers and employees about issues related to the accommodation of people with disabilities in the workplace, return to work plans, complaints of discrimination and harassment, the investigation of harassment complaints and complex wrongful dismissal cases. He frequently assists to negotiate appropriate termination.
Mr. Scher has participated in various Federal and Provincial Government Consultations on issues of social policy and disability rights and has presented briefs before numerous Federal and Provincial Government Committees on subjects including constitutional, health, transportation, criminal law, justice, employment equity and human rights reform.
Mr. Scher regularly appears on television and radio broadcasts and has been featured in newspapers across the country on matters relating to employment and human rights law, euthanasia, assisted suicide and the human rights of people with disabilities. Mr. Scher is a frequent lecturer on employment and human rights issues at the Law Society of Upper Canada, Osgoode Hall Law School, the University of Toronto and other organizations across Canada.