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Franklin Law works with employees, independent contractors, and other workers whose rights have been violated or are at risk of being violated. Franklin Law's Consultation Clinics are held on Mondays and Thursdays and we charge a flat fee of $150.00 (incl. tax) for consultations that last one hour or less. Franklin Law's Traditional Consultations are held on Tuesdays and Wednesdays and we charge a flat fee of $250.00 (incl. tax) for consultations that last one hour or less. Choosing the right law firm and right type of consultation is very important and we encourage you to review the information that we provide about our consultations before you decide to reques a consultation or call our office. If you believe that your rights have been violated, see value in our approach, and are very serious about understanding your legal options and obtaining frank and honest legal advice, please request a flat fee consultation by filling in the following form.
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Franklin Law helps a condominium owner to pursue accommodation for her disabilities at the Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario

When a condominium owner approached Franklin Law about the difficulties that she had experienced when she tried to get a condomimum corporation and a property management company to accommodate her disabilities, Ron Franklin was ready and willing to help. The owner met with Franklin Law after she had filed a human rights application at the    […]

Federal Government

Franklin Law sees a surge in complaints amongst federal sector employees

Franklin Law is currently getting representation requests from an unprecedented number of employees who work in the federal sector.  Of the three federal sector employees that Franklin Law is currently representing, one worked for a security guard company and is in the process of filing a complaint under the Canadian Human Rights Act, another worked    […]

Ron Franklin apppointed to the Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario’s Practice Advisory Committee

On September 11, 2014, after a competitive selection process, Ron Franklin was appointed to the Practice Advisory Committee of the Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario (HRTO).  As set out on the HRTO’s website, the Practice Advisory Committee, …serve[s] as a resource for consultation and feedback about policies, practices, rules, practice directions and services. The Committee    […]

Ron Franklin takes a moment to discuss the Franklin Law Consultation

Ron Franklin talks about the Franklin Law Consultation

My name is Ron Franklin and I am the founder of Franklin Law.  I want to take a moment to talk to you about the Consultation that we offer at Franklin Law. But in order to understand what a Franklin Law Consultation really is and why it’s valuable, I’m going to start in a somewhat    […]

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Franklin Law was proud to take part in AfroFest 2014

Franklin Law was proud to attend and lend its support to AfroFest 2014.  The event was held at Woodbine Park on July 5 and 6 and put on by Music Africa.  AfroFest, now in its 25th year, was a huge success, and featured, among other things, international artists from Africa and the diaspora, local artists    […]

Franklin Law helps an Accounts Payable Clerk win an Unjust Dismissal Complaint

An employer dismissed a 61 year old Account Payable Clerk after 6.5 years of employment and only provided her with 1 month’s worth of  wages.  With Franklin Law representing her, the employee filed an unjust dismissal complaint under the Canada Labour Code.  After hearing the case, the Adjudicator concluded that she had been unjustly dismissed    […]

The Duty of Fair Representation Course

Franklin Law’s Duty of Fair Representation Course offered monthly in 2014

Designed by Franklin Law founder Ron Franklin, the Duty of Fair Representation Course is a hands on, no frills introduction to Unions’ often cited but rarely understood duty to represent their members fairly.  This Course is essential for any Union member who is considering whether or not to file a duty of fair representation complaint    […]

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The Law Times asks Ron Franklin of Franklin Law to comment on the “Canadian Experience Requirement”

The Ontario Human Rights Commission (OHRC) has taken the position that the requirement for “Canadian experience” should be assumed to discriminatory unless an employer or regulatory body can show that it is a bona fide requirement.  Ron Franklin told Law Times that he thinks the OHRC got it right.  In the Law Times’ September 9,    […]