Hamilton’s Labour and Employment Lawyers
Making things fair in Hamilton’s workplace
ABOUT McMAHON MOLYNEAUX HENRIQUEZ LAW FIRM
McMahon Molyneaux Henriquez is an association of progressive Hamilton law firms practicing employment law, labour law, and human rights law. Our lawyers Sarah Molyneaux, Roberto Henriquez and Katy O’Rourke as well as our paralegal Madeline Bowman, are proud to serve unions and workers in Hamilton and throughout southwestern Ontario.
McMahon Molyneaux Henriquez’s Employment & Labour lawyers and paralegals are focused on fighting for justice for workers and marginalized members of the Hamilton community.
We prioritize cases that address workplace injustice. This includes wrongful dismissal, constructive dismissal, severance package or employment contract reviews, workplace harassment or work bullying cases, including sexual harassment claims, workplace discrimination, maternity or parental leave issues, and toxic work environment claims. We pride ourselves on providing high-quality progressive, inclusive legal services to all Hamilton workers.
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We are committed to justice for workers and to providing inclusive, accessible, progressive legal services. We provide legal advice that is clear, trustworthy and focused on solutions. We will get back to you as soon as possible.
We are located in Hamilton and serve clients from all over southwestern Ontario.
Office: 605 James St N, Suite 200, Hamilton, ON L8L 1J9
T: 905.522.0600 | F: 289.768.4399 | firstname.lastname@example.org
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