Founded in 2003, Rubin Thomlinson LLP is a Canadian law firm focused solely on workplace and institutional investigations and assessments, tactical training for HR professionals, and consulting. The firm’s expertise in workplace investigations and assessments, including those involving harassment and misconduct, is diverse, long-standing, and trusted. With a national presence, and a practice that spans a range of sectors, provinces, and situations, Rubin Thomlinson provides unique insight into serious and high-stakes situations.

The firm is regarded as a guiding authority on workplace issues and is powered by lawyers that remain apprised of the constant changes that take place in law and society. The definitive text on workplace investigations, Human Resources Guide to Workplace Investigations, now on its second edition, was written by Rubin Thomlinson’s managing partners, Janice Rubin and Christine Thomlinson, and serves as a valuable resource to professionals.

As a firm, Rubin Thomlinson LLP was named one of the Top 10 Labour & Employment Law Boutique Firms in Canada by Canadian Lawyer magazine, in both 2016/17 and 2018/19. The firm was also named one of the most successful businesses owned by Canadian women in the 14th annual PROFIT/Chatelaine W100 ranking of Canada’s Top Female Entrepreneurs.

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  • Labour and Employment Law
  • Workplace Investigations

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Respect at Work Training – why now?


Respect at Work Training – why now?

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Christine M.

Thomlinson

If someone doesn’t exaggerate, does that make them more credible?


If someone doesn’t exaggerate, does that make them more credible?

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Christine M.

Thomlinson

How do I respond to a microaggression?


How do I respond to a microaggression?

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Think Respect at Work and Harassment Policies can be sidelined during the pandemic? Think again.


Think Respect at Work and Harassment Policies can be sidelined during the pandemic? Think again.

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Christine M.

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The new “normal” workplace: More or fewer complaints? About what?


The new “normal” workplace: More or fewer complaints? About what?

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