It’s not often that one loses their job of employment, but if and when it does happen, I strongly suggest seeking legal counsel before signing anything. Daniel Chodos of Whitten & Lublin Employment Lawyers was recommended for my case. To the untrained eye the offer looked okay, maybe even suffice, but Daniel took me through each part and explained what I was offered and what I should be entitled to.
He asks questions and listens well making you feel involved at every step. Daniel handled the case with great knowledge and professionalism. At the end I received a settlement more then I anticipated with most legal fees payed for. I would strongly recommend Daniel, he did a great job and was a pleasure to work with.
Daniel Chodos, Partner
Daniel Chodos never backs down from a fight – whether as a competitive athlete or a courtroom litigator. It is through this tenacious “will to win”, that Daniel pursues the interests of his clients.
An experienced employment lawyer, prior to joining Whitten & Lublin, Daniel worked at two of the most respected labour and employment law firms in Canada, where he advised both employees and employers in resolving, whether through litigation or mediation, the various types of disputes that arise within the employment relationship. In these roles, Daniel gained experience in drafting and negotiating employment and consulting agreements, representing employers in collective bargaining negotiations and arbitrations and he has developed a particular expertise in workplace violence and harassment matters, including conducting workplace investigations.
Daniel has represented both employees and employers before numerous administrative tribunal hearings and in the courts, including the Ontario Labour Relations Boards, the Human Rights Tribunal and the Workplace Safety and Insurance Appeals Tribunal.
During Law School, Daniel received a prestigious scholarship for his contributions to the community and university newspapers and he directed the Queen’s Law Debating Society. He also gained notoriety for his chronicles of the successes (and failures) of the Milwaukee Brewers baseball club.
Daniel can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.