“What you see in your first meeting… is what you get. I retained Dan but have witnessed both David Whitten and Daniel Lublin in action on separate matters. Both are best described as “legal land sharks” and are more than capable of holding their own against their opponents regardless of their status or however many they bring to the table. They come prepared and don’t waste time getting to the nuts and bolts of where they need to be. They’re both equipped with rapier whits, a sense of humour and easy to work with. Having witnessed my fair share of Counsellors in the past, these guys are right up there with the best of them.”
– Guy Parent
Employment & Labour lawyer Marc Kitay is always looking for the next big challenge. Having traversed the mountains of New Zealand, deserts of Israel and the jungles of Peru, Marc is familiar with the “drive” it takes to get the job done right, a quality that he brings to the table when representing his clients.
Marc joined Whitten & Lublin in 2015 and regularly represents employees on all types of workplace disputes, including dismissal claims and human rights claims, with an emphasis on litigation. A firm believer that work is tantamount to a person’s sense of self-worth and integrity, Marc is particularly adept at handling claims of religious accommodation and disability in the workplace.
Marc also advises employers on best practices to ensure compliance with employment standards and human rights legislation, and prepares employment contracts designed to survive judicial scrutiny.
Before joining Whitten & Lublin, Marc built and ran his own successful law practice, working with clientele who valued his hard work, empathy and personal touch. Marc enjoys public speaking and frequently conducts seminars, webinars and lectures on critical issues and employment law including employment standards, human rights, employment contracts and risk mitigation strategies.
Marc earned his juris doctor at the University of Western Ontario, where he served as President of the Labour and Employment Law Society, volunteered as a caseworker at the school’s Community Legal Services clinic, and worked as a research assistant for a law professor.
Marc can be reached at: firstname.lastname@example.org.