Daniel Mayer is an associate in the Labour and Employment group in Heenan Blaikie’s Toronto office. His bilingual practice focuses on advising clients on a wide range of labour and employment law matters, including workplace health and safety, labour and employment disputes, human rights, education law, employment standards, corporate social responsibility, employment contracts and grievance arbitrations.
Daniel was an active member in the McGill University community during law school. He was a Senior Advocate for the Student Advocacy Program, representing students charged with academic dishonesty. Daniel was an editor for Le Délit, the francophone students’ newspaper, and competed with the McGill Rowing Team.
Daniel joined Heenan Blaikie in 2012 after summering and articling with the firm.
- B.C.L./LL.B., McGill University, 2011
- B.A. (Political Science), Laurentian University, 2008
- Association des juristes d'expression française de l'Ontario
- Ontario Bar Association
Publications & Conferences
- Co-author, “Is corporate criminal conviction a corporate death sentence?”, International Law Office newsletter, October 2, 2013.
- Co-author, "Just Cause Review: Surely I can Fire Him for That?!", 11th Annual Current Issues in Employment Law, Canadian Bar Association conference, May 2, 2013.
- Co-author, “Commentary: Legal warning signals from the HD Mining case”, The Northern Miner, April 30, 2013.
- Author, “Risks of dismissing a worker”, Compensation & Benefits section, Coverings magazine, April 26, 2013.
- Co-author, “New initiatives from the WSIB in 2013”, OHS & Workers’ Compensation Management Update, Heenan Blaikie Newsletter, April 2013.