Kevin Marshall

Kevin Marshall
FIRM:
Kevin Marshall Personal Injury & Employment Law
POSITION:
Principal
AREAS OF PRACTICE:
Employment & Labour, Personal Injury, Human Rights
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Toronto lawyer Kevin Marshall strives to represent the little guy in their battle against the giants of the world. He specializes in personal injury law, employment law and human rights cases.

Mr. Marshall earned a Bachelor of Arts in Geography (Hons) from York University in 1988, a Bachelor of Laws in 1995 from the University of Windsor and a Master of Divinity from Tyndale Seminary in 1988.

He launched his own Toronto law practice in 1999.

Mr. Marshall is a staunch supporter of Community Share Food Bank where he has served, at times, as a team captain, vice-president and on the board of directors.

Kevin Marshall Posts

Taking a PI case to a jury can be risky: Marshall

A recent Ontario Court of Appeal (OCA) decision should make motor vehicle accident victims think twice about going to trial before a jury, says Toronto personal injury lawyer Kevin Marshall. Read more

More bad news than good in auto insurance reform plan

The bad outweighs the good in the provincial government’s new set of auto insurance reforms, says Toronto personal injury lawyer Kevin Marshall. Read more

Trust, integrity go a long way in work relationships

The ongoing SNC-Lavalin affair could have been stopped in its tracks with a swift and genuine apology from Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, Toronto employment lawyer Kevin Marshall tells AdvocateDaily.com. Read more

SNC-Lavalin affair offers harassment lessons for employers

The federal government’s handling of the SNC-Lavalin affair shows how easily employers can fall afoul of legislation dealing with human rights and harassment, Toronto employment and human rights lawyer Kevin Marshall tells AdvocateDaily.com. Read more

Seek legal advice before finalizing severance packages

Employees and employers should obtain legal advice before finalizing a severance package, Toronto employment lawyer Kevin Marshall tells AdvocateDaily.com. Read more

Healthy workplace relationships the best way to prevent bullying allegations

Building healthy workplace relationships is the best defence against allegations of bullying, Toronto employment lawyer Kevin Marshall tells AdvocateDaily.com. Read more

Off-duty conduct can impact your job security

Workers’ off-duty activities could get them fired, Toronto employment lawyer Kevin Marshall tells AdvocateDaily.com. Read more

Money blinds parties to the value of relationships

Large amounts of money can easily blind those involved in lawsuits to the cost to existing relationships, Toronto employment lawyer Kevin Marshall tells AdvocateDaily.com. Read more

Person's past history not disclosed under new criminal records check law

Individuals are less likely to be unfairly disadvantaged by incidents in their past when a new law limiting what can be turned over in police background checks finally comes into force, Toronto employment lawyer Kevin Marshall tells AdvocateDaily.com. Read more

Employers infringe free expression at their peril

Employers should not concern themselves with the personal viewpoints of their workers, Toronto employment lawyer Kevin Marshall tells AdvocateDaily.com. Read more

Ontario drivers paying too much for insurance: report

A recent report that examines the profitability of the auto insurance industry in Ontario shows that companies continue to exceed financial expectations, while the province has failed to fulfil its promise of reducing premiums by 15 per cent, says Toronto personal injury and employment lawyer Kevin Marshall. Read more

Summer jobs attestation violates Charter: Marshall

A requirement that organizations seeking funding from the Canada Summer Jobs program sign off on an attestation that says they support Charter and other rights, including reproductive and LGBTQ rights, actually violates the Charter, says Toronto employment lawyer Kevin Marshall. Read more

LSO's statement of principles more talk than action: Marshall

The Law Society of Ontario’s (LSO) controversial statement of principles (SOP) could prove counterproductive, despite the good intentions behind its passage, Toronto employment lawyer Kevin Marshall tells AdvocateDaily.com. Read more

#MeToo movement can be quick to judgment

The #MeToo movement has been instrumental in bringing to light numerous instances of sexual abuse and harassment that might not otherwise have been reported, says Toronto employment lawyer Kevin Marshall. Read more

Government trying to shift blame amid criticism of ESA changes: Marshall

A large increase in Ontario’s minimum wage on Jan. 1 and the hiring of more investigators by the government to ensure employers aren’t violating the law, are solely political moves designed to help the Liberals win this year’s provincial election, says Toronto employment lawyer Kevin Marshall. Read more