Daniel Chodos, Partner- Employment Lawyer Ontario
Daniel Chodos is a partner at Whitten & Lublin. He has 10 years of experience specializing in workplace law.
Daniel’s greatest skill is his ability to relate to people – whether his client, his colleagues in the profession or even the lawyer on the other side of a file. This charismatic approach allows him to build strong relationships, which he leverages to negotiate workplace-related deals nimbly and efficiently, without adding unnecessary costs for his client. This invaluable skill is imperative in workplace law, in which the lawyer deals constantly with ordinary people and the difficulties they encounter.
Meanwhile, Daniel recognizes that not every case is destined to be resolved in a settlement. Because there are circumstances where two parties just cannot reach a consensus, Daniel never backs down from a fight. In this capacity, he argues cases in front of Ontario’s courts and tribunals with regularity.
Over his time at Whitten & Lublin, Daniel has won cases for employers and employees at the Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario:
- Campbell v. Intercon Security Limited
- Macyshyn v. Ryerson University
- Gadbois v. Newcom Business Media Inc., 2016.
Through his successes in these and other matters, Daniel has developed a reputation as a keen litigator with an eye to detail.
In his free time, Daniel is a hardcore baseball fan, whose encyclopedic knowledge of the sport is sadly unappreciated in Canada. Whether arguing about the Blue Jays’ pennant chances or his client’s severance entitlement, Daniel has a knack for finding the best solution to prove his case.