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Shane  Todd

Shane Todd

Partner Fasken
Most employment disputes can be avoided with good employment contracts.
Jurisdiction Ontario, 2009
Language(s) English
Office(s) Toronto
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Shane D. Todd advises employers on workplace issues and represents them in legal proceedings. He has won cases at trial and on motions, negotiated and enforced agreements, and achieved great settlements for clients.

Shane worked as a human resources professional prior to beginning his practice. He knows what issues look like in the workplace, and he understands the need for timely and realistic solutions. He leverages this experience to provide proactive, timely, and high quality advice to clients.

Shane is a frequent writer on human resources law developments. He is also routinely asked to speak about workplace issues, and to conduct training.

Shane has particular experience working with federally regulated employers. In 2010, he was seconded as in-house counsel at the world’s largest express delivery companies. In 2013, he was seconded as in-house employment counsel to one of Canada’s leading chartered banks.

 

Education

  • B. Mgmt., 2004, University of Lethbridge
  • JD Queen's University

Community involvement

  • Vice-Chair, VOICE for Hearing Impaired Children (2014 - 2015)
  • Board Member, VOICE for Hearing Impaired Children (2011 - 2015)

Memberships & Affiliations

  • Member, Law Society of Upper Canada (Ontario)
  • Member, The Advocates' Society
  • Member, Ontario Bar Association
  • Member, Canadian Bar Association

Teaching Roles

  • Instructor, University of Toronto, School of Continuing Studies, Advanced Occupational Health and Safety Management
  • Guest Lecturer, Queen’s University, Faculty of Law, Employment Law
  • Guest Lecturer, University of Toronto, School of Continuing Studies, Governance, Ethics and Social Responsibility
  • Guest Lecturer, University of Toronto, School of Continuing Studies, Accident Prevention, Loss Control and Occupational Health and Safety Management Systems
  • Guest Lecturer, Osgoode Hall Law School, The Osgoode Certificate in Pension Law
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