Ben Millard is an experienced litigator and legal advocate. He is a partner in the boutique litigation firm, Symes Street & Millard, which is located in the historic Annex district in downtown Toronto.
Ben practices civil litigation with a primary focus on labour and employment law, human rights and professional regulation. He has appeared before all levels of court in Ontario and federally as well as numerous administrative tribunals. In October 2011, he appeared and made oral submissions before the Supreme Court of Canada in Saskatchewan Human Rights Commission v. Whatcott, a groundbreaking case regarding the constitutionality of hate speech provisions in human rights laws.
Ben advises employers and employees with respect to all manner of employment law issues, including termination of employment, misconduct allegations, substance abuse issues, and human rights complaints. He represents complainants and respondents in human rights applications at the Ontario Human Rights Tribunal and in the Courts. He represents regulated professionals such as pharmacists and nurses with respect to complaints, discipline charges and other registration issues. He also acts as counsel to numerous unions and advises and represents members at grievance arbitrations and on appeals and judicial review applications in the Courts.
If you require legal assistance, please don't hesitate to contact Ben Millard for a consultation, so that he can assist you in achieving the best possible resolution of your legal issue.
Normal Geographical Limits to Practice
Greater Toronto Area
Dispute Resolution Services