When an offshore mining company was given permission to staff its entire mine with temporary foreign workers, the lawyers of Koskie Glavin Gordon acted for two unions in bringing a challenge before the Federal Court. The result was that the Federal Government made revisions to the Temporary Foreign Worker Program.
In the first class-action lawsuit in Canada under the Temporary Foreign Worker Program, the lawyers of Koskie Glavin Gordon succeeded in getting class certification and settlement worth $1.4 million on behalf of foreign workers at Denny’s Restaurants.
The affiliation between Glavin Gordon Clements and Koskie Minsky LLP brings together two leading law firms, both committed to protecting and enhancing the interests of employees and trade unions. The affiliation creates a full service employee and trade-union side law firm, Koskie Glavin Gordon.