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Legal Services

If you require legal advice or representation, do not hesitate to call David Deluzio Law Firm today. Someone is standing by to help you take your first step towards putting matters of the law behind you. We specialize in many areas of practice. Below is a partial list of the legal services we provide. If you are unsure if any of these areas of legal expertise apply to you simply contact us.

  • Wrongful Dismissal
  • Constructive Dismissal
  • Ontario Human Rights Act
  • WSIB Appeals
  • WSIB Claims Management
  • WSIB Total Disability Claims
  • WSIB Accident Cost Statements
  • WSIB Return to Work Rights and Responsibilities
  • CPP Disability
  • Occupational Health & Safety Act
  • Bill 168 Workplace Harassment Policy & Procedure
  • Hiring
  • Employment Contracts
  • Frustration of Contract Due to Disability
  • Bonuses and Commissions
  • Restrictive Covenants, Non-Competition Agreements
  • Employment Standards Act
  • Mandatory and Voluntary Overtime
  • Overtime Permits
  • Canada Labour Code
  • Employment Insurance Act
  • Canadian Human Rights
  • Sexual Harassment
  • Canadian Charter of Rights
  • Age Discrimination
  • Picketing Injunction
  • Collective Bargaining
  • Arbitration
  • Labour Relations Board Application
  • Union’s Duty of Fair Representation
  • Duty of Fair Referral
  • Unfair Labour Practices
  • Duty To Accommodate, Undue Hardship
  • Successor Employer, Obligation and Rights
  • Mergers and Acquisitions
  • Judicial Review Applications
  • Downsizing and Restructuring
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Employment Law Expert

Providing successful stewardship in collective bargaining, mediation, alternate dispute resolution, acquisitions, mergers and restructuring planning to clients for over 30 years.


David Deluzio
(519) 256-1994

David Deluzio is a Windsor lawyer with many years of employment law experience in Toronto and Windsor.

Appearances As An Advocate In Matters before Tribunals, Boards, Arbitrators, Small Claims Court, Provincial Offences Court, Ontario Superior Court of Justice, Ontario Divisional Court, Ontario Court of Appeal, British Columbia Court of Appeal and in leave to appeal to The Supreme Court of Canada.