In 2007, Garth Kidd joined the McTague Law Firm and currently practices in the Employment and Labour Law Department. His primary focus is on advising employers in regards to their obligations under provincial and federal labour and employment legislation, including the Employment Standards Act, the Canada Labour Code, and the Human Rights Code. He also assists with the representation of Employers in labour arbitrations, human rights and wrongful dismissal matters. Mr. Kidd has also done a significant amount of research on municipal and privacy law issues.

Areas of Practice

  • Management Labour Law
  • Employment Law Litigation
  • Human Rights Matters
  • Legal Research
  • Opinions on Municipal Law
  • Privacy Law and Access to Information

Education

  • University of Windsor, B.A.Sc. Industrial and Manufacturing Systems Engineering, 2002 and LL.B. 2006; admitted to the Ontario Bar, 2007
  • Certified Information Privacy Professional, International Association of Privacy Professionals

Professional Memberships

  • Law Society of Upper Canada
  • Essex Law Association
  • Canadian Bar Association
  • Ontario Bar Association
  • International Association of Privacy Professionals