Employment Lawyer, Labour Lawyer,
Human Rights Lawyer
Serving Hamilton Ontario and surrounding communities
T: 289 389 4499 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Roberto Henriquez practices labour law, employment law, and human rights law in Hamilton and across southwestern Ontario including: Brantford, Kitchener-Waterloo, Cambridge, Guelph, Ancaster, Dundas, Milton, Mississauga, Oakville, and Burlington.
Roberto grew up the son of a proud union member and has carried these values with him into his law practice. Following in his mother’s footsteps, he brings a commitment to social justice to his representation of unions and employees in their fight for better wages, working conditions, and justice after a wrongful dismissal. When you need a Hamilton employment lawyer, contact Roberto.
Since being called to the bar in 2014, Roberto worked in-house at a large private sector union, an administrative tribunal, and in local Hamilton government before joining Molyneaux Law in Spring 2019. Roberto then joined McMahon Molyneaux Henriquez Labour & Employment Lawyers in 2020.
Thanks to his diverse legal experience and keen eye for important details, Roberto excels in supporting clients with complex litigation files. He has represented unions, workers, and government in a variety of files, including grievance arbitrations, interest arbitrations, Hospital Labour Disputes Arbitration Act (HLDAA) matters, Ontario Labour Relations Board complaints, Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario (HRTO) applications, and Workplace Safety Insurance Appeals Tribunal (WSIAT) appeals. When you need a Hamilton labour lawyer, contact Roberto.
In addition to his litigation practice, Roberto regularly advises clients on the negotiation of new employment contracts, severance packages, and collective agreements, as well as on the development of internal Human Resources policies and procedures.
Roberto is a member of the Hamilton Lawyers Association and the Canadian Hispanic Bar Association.
A McMaster-graduate twice-over, Roberto holds an Honours degree in cancer genetics and a Bachelor of Arts degree in political science from McMaster Univerity as well as a law degree from Osgoode Hall Law School at York University.