Bram A. Lecker
As Principal of Lecker & Associates, Bram A. Lecker is one of the most experienced employment lawyers in Toronto. Even after three decades in the business, he continues to actively participate in client cases by mentoring a stellar team of Toronto Employment Lawyers.
Dedicated to a law practice that exclusively provides employment law services to employees of Ontario, Bram has developed a deep specialty in this field. He has litigated numerous cases of wrongful dismissal, constructive dismissal, workplace harassment and denial of disability benefits. With a singular focus on employee rights, his team represent their clients aggressively during job layoffs and severance package negotiations
Over the years, Bram has represented cases which have had a direct influence in making our labour laws more progressive. The most recent took place in early 2016 where Lecker & Associates secured the highest ever compensation for a wrongfully dismissed contractor. What was especially relevant about this case was the fact that it cleared up the fuzzy lines of interpretation that existed between the status of “dependent” and “independent contractors”. Since then, numerous individuals have filed similar class action and wrongful dismissal lawsuits against their employers..
About Bram A. Lecker
Bram obtained an Honours B.A. in Canadian Studies from York University and attended law school at the University of Ottawa. The province of Ontario subsequently called him to the Bar in 1984. Since then, Bram has worked tirelessly at his craft. Today, he is recognized as one of the most experienced and respected employment lawyers in Ontario. He has appeared numerous times at both provincial and federal courts as well as the Ontario Human Rights Tribunal.
Bram has always been very generous with imparting the knowledge he has gained in this field. He is a regular contributor to the blogs on this website and has been published in leading newspapers, magazines and legal publications. These include the Globe & Mail, the Toronto Star, National Post and Maclean’s magazine. Media outlets such as Global News, CBC Radio, Sun TV, and CFRB 1010 Talk Radio call on him often to appear as an expert panel member on news stories related to employment in Ontario.
Bram has also participated in seminars organized by the Law Society of Upper Canada including “The Six Minute Employment Lawyer”. He was also an instructor for the paralegal programs at Humber and Seneca Colleges.
Bram currently sits on the board for Family & Credit Counseling Services of York Region and The Economic Club of Canada. He is actively involved in local social and political issues.