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Kevin Wisnicki – Senior Associate
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Kevin is a Senior Associate at Monkhouse Law. Kevin is a lawyer licensed by the Law Society of Ontario practicing employment law. He completed his Juris Doctor at the University of Windsor and obtained an Honours Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Western Ontario in philosophy and social justice & peace studies.
During law school, Kevin volunteered as a litigator and caseworker at Community Legal Aid, and as a legal researcher at Pro Bono Students Canada. Kevin also worked as a research assistant for Windsor’s Faculty of Law, and was a member of the team that won the 2015 Niagara Moot Court Competition.
Prior to joining Monkhouse Law, he practiced commercial litigation at a multi-service firm, frequently appearing before the courts.
In his spare time Kevin enjoys playing and watching sports, exploring Toronto’s restaurants, and listening to music.
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“Kevin was empathetic to my situation. He was responsive and thorough. It was a pleasure working with him! Thank you.” – RR from Toronto
“I was extremely happy that Kevin took on my case. He provided a ton of value, was patient with all my questions, always got back to me in a prompt manner and in the end, help negotiate me a higher settlement. I’m very happy he along with Monkhouse Law represented me. Would highly recommend for anyone looking for an employment lawyer” – DB from Toronto
“I was very pleased with the services I received for my personal employment issue. The staff were friendly and helpful. Andrew Monkhouse and Kevin Wisnicki were responsive and understanding. Kevin is a competent professional who explained everything with sufficient detail, in an easy to understand manner. Highly recommend!” – DC from Burlington
Ojo v Crystal Claire Cosmetics Inc. 2021 ONSC 1428: Final Judgment: Kevin represented an employee terminated from their job without adequate notice. Kevin successfully argued that the employee’s termination provision did not limit his notice and the 10 month service employee received 3 months notice. Read more about the case >>
Joshi v. Allstate (2019 ONSC 4382): Motion: Kevin acted as second chair for this major motion, acting to quickly strike a counterclaim against an employee who was sued for speaking out to the CBC about what happened in her workplace.
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