Lexpert Ranked Law Firm

Whitten & Lublin PC is one of Canada’s most respected and recommended workplace law firms. Its lawyers act for both corporations and individuals on all aspects of the employment relationship with particular emphasis on workplace disputes.

Whitten & Lublin’s expertise includes employment and consulting agreements; human rights and discrimination matters; wrongful and constructive dismissal issues; employment standards and Canadian Labour Code complaints; harassment and bullying claims; workplace investigations; shareholder disputes; post-employment issues concerning non-compete and non-solicitation obligations—and other matters arising prior to, throughout and following the end of a workplace relationship.

Founding partners, David Whitten and Daniel Lublin, are well-recognized for leadership in the employment and labour field, and have appeared in The Canadian Legal Lexpert® Directory (consistently since 2015) and in the Lexpert® US/Canada Cross-Border Guide — Corporate. The firm is repeatedly noted for excellence in Canadian Lawyer’s Top 10 Labour & Employment Boutiques and has earned the annual distinction of Employment Law Boutique of the Year in Canadian HR Reporter since 2016.

In 2013, Whitten & Lublin published Canada’s first and leading text on independent contractors in the workplace. They are regular media commentators on workplace issues and author an employment opinion column in The Globe and Mail.

Exemplary service is a Whitten & Lublin hallmark. This trait is consistently confirmed by referring lawyers, HR professionals and clients that include large corporations, small businesses, executives and employees. In addition, Whitten & Lublin proudly has more positive and verified Google business reviews than any other similar law practice in Canada, a testament to the firm’s high quality of customer service.


141 Adelaide St W, Suite 1100
Toronto, ON, Canada, M5H 3L5
Phone: (416) 640-2667
Fax: (416) 644-5198
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