Chuck Robertson practices exclusively employment and labour law. He advises and represents employers in connection with collective bargaining, union certification matters, labour board proceedings, grievance arbitration, wrongful dismissal claims, human rights issues, and occupational health and safety matters.
As a senior partner in the firm, Mr. Robertson regularly represents employers on a range of issues touching on all aspects of labour relations and employment law. This includes counselling on the interpretation and administration of collective agreements and appearing as counsel before the Ontario Labour Relations Board, Arbitration Boards, and other administrative tribunals. He also has extensive collective bargaining experience and acts as the employer’s strategic advisor and chief spokesperson during collective agreement negotiations.
Prior to joining the firm in 1985, Mr. Robertson was Director of Labour Relations for a major Canadian company. In this capacity, he was responsible for labour and employment law matters across Canada. Mr. Robertson’s previous experience as in-house Corporate Labour Counsel gives him a unique insight into an employer’s perspective and needs.
Mr. Robertson has previously served as National Practice Chair of Miller Thomson’s Labour and Employment Law Group and as a member of the Firm’s Executive Committee.
Chuck is known as a practical problem-solver who brings a common sense and creative approach to the practice of law for his clients.