Who We Are
Lakhani Campea LLP is a boutique employment law firm located Oakville, Ontario. We specialize in employment law and litigation services encompassing matters such as wrongful dismissal, human rights, labour arbitration, workplace investigations and contract disputes. We also offer comprehensive workplace training for managers and staff. We are highly sought-after experts in workplace investigation/workplace audit services related to allegations of bullying, harassment, discrimination, and sexual harassment in the workplace. Our client base includes individuals as well as various sized organizations, across numerous industries, such as manufacturing, government, school boards, universities, financial services, information technology, construction, healthcare and transportation.
Our Focus and Approach
Lakhani Campea LLP is focused solely on employment and labour law matters. We deliver our services with the following commitments:
- We are value driven. The cost for legal services will be transparent, predictable and proportionate to desired outcomes.
- We are responsive. Our clients’ calls and emails are promptly returned and our services are delivered on time.
- We are practical. As partners in your business, we answer your questions directly and provide the clearest path to achieve desired objectives.
- We deliver excellence. Our clients are assured that their interests and legal positions are represented with quality and professionalism.
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