Busayo A. Faderin

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BusayoBusayo A. Faderin – Litigation Associate

Phone416-907-9249 x 239
Email: busayo.faderin@monkhouselaw.com

Busayo is a barrister and solicitor, licenced by the Law Society of Ontario, practicing employment law. She completed her JD at Osgoode Hall Law School, after obtaining an Honours Bachelor of Human Resources degree at York University.

During law school, Busayo worked at the Human Rights Legal Support Centre where she assisted with providing legal services to applicants before the Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario. Also a fervent moot competitor, she was named the Top Oralist at the Julius Alexander Isaac Diversity Moot Competition in Halifax and came in first place with her partner.

Prior to joining Monkhouse Law as an associate, Busayo articled at an employment law firm in Toronto where she was exposed to all aspects of the litigation process, including representing clients in open court.

When not working, Busayo enjoys playing basketball, singing and spending time with family and friends.

Select review of Busayo:

“Busayo was wonderful. I had a bad situation after being let go from my place of employment after many years. I had never used a lawyer before and after some of the stories I had heard of others, was rather reluctant but needed help. Busayo was extremely professional, handled everything in a calm manner, all the while being in total control of everything. I was not handling things too well, but felt calm in her presence and felt comfortable in knowing that she had a handle on everything. The outcome was better than I expected. Busayo was compassionate and kind to me, but did not back down in the boardroom. I highly recommend her if you are looking for an employment lawyer. Thanks Busayo!” – JD

Recent Notable cases (note: each case is individual and past success does not guarantee future success):

Herzuk v. Kleiman: Busayo was co-counsel on a four masters motions heard together to determine preliminary matters limiting the scope of trial. Because of the preliminary result the Defendant conceded  right after the release of the preliminary decision by accepting the Plaintiff’s previous offer.

Journeymen v. Core One: Busayo was co-counsel on a labour arbitration before the Ontario Labour Relations Board (OLRB or ‘Labour board’) representing an employer. This decision relates to a preliminary matter where the employer was found to be able to advance their arguments  for after acquired cause for conduct after termination and also that the initial termination was a justified layoff.

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