Tom specializes in pension governance and employment-related matters, including in the context of corporate and commercial transactions. Tom also regularly advises clients regarding the interpretation and application of pension, employment, labour and human rights legislation in the workplace, as well as assisting clients in the drafting and implementation of pension and employment documentation and practices.
Chambers Canada—Associate to watch in pensions & benefits (2020-2021)
The Legal 500 Canada—Rising star in pensions (2020-2021)
Best Lawyers in Canada—Leading lawyer in employee benefits law (2021)
Tom has taught as a guest lecturer for the Pension Law Course at the University of Toronto, as well as for the Advanced Business Law Seminar at the University of Windsor.
Tom is the Past Chair of the Ontario Bar Association Pensions and Benefits Section, and current Member-at-Large on the Pension and Benefits Section Executive for the Canadian Bar Association. He is also a member of the Labour and Employment Section and the Administrative Law Section, serving as a member of the Lobbying and Ethics Sub-Committee.