June 07, 2013
Labour and employment practice has gained a new cachet at business law firms across Canada.
The chair of (Torys’ Pensions and Employment practice), Mitch Frazer is best known for his pension expertise, although his practice, and that of his colleagues, extends to a wide range of human resource-related issues.
Frazer has a very definite philosophy regarding the growth of the department, which has grown at the conservative rate of about one lawyer annually in recent years. "You have to look at where you are in the market and at what’s profitable," he says. "What I’m looking for are people who are knowledgeable in all the HR areas, because the main thing I want our department to be is strategic advisors for a strong firm-client base."
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