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Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario


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    […]

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    […]


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,    […]


The Law Times interviews Ron Franklin of Franklin Law about the differences between litigating human rights at the HRTO and in Court

When Law Times wanted a human rights opinion from a lawyer with hands on experience in the field, it contacted Ron Franklin.  Drawing from his own experience, Ron focused on the positive impact that including legitimate human rights allegations can have in settling difficult disputes in Court and at the HRTO.  (Click to view the    […]

Public service employee settles at the Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario

When an employee working for the Public Service was fired for cause, she sought out the services of a popular law firm.  When that firm failed to deliver she came to Franklin Law.  She was accused of several counts of misconduct.  She believed that other employees who did not share her personal characteristics had also    […]

Franklin Law rolls out its Human Rights Course

Designed by Franklin Law Articling Student, Digal Haio, the Human Rights Workshop is an interactive course which will explore human rights concepts, identify human rights issues that typically arise in the workplace and provide information on basic rights and obligations under the Ontario Human Rights Code. This Course is essential for anyone working in Ontario.  It’s    […]

OHRC puts Creed and Religious Observances in the spotlight

The Ontario Human Rights Commission (“OHRC”) invited Ron Franklin to its workshop on Creed and the Accommodation of Religious Observances:  Ron participated in a day long legal workshop on rights relating to religious belief and practice.  The event was hosted by the Ontario Human Rights Commission in partnership with York University’s Centre for Law and    […]

Franklin Law settles public servant’s case at the HRTO

Human Rights Litigation Settled:  After several days of hearing at the Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario, a career public servant with close to eighteen years of service was able to settled his protracted human rights complaint with the government. For more information about the services that Franklin Law provides to employees and other workers, please    […]