The principal at the Toronto boutique law firm Karimjee Law, Kumail Karimjee focuses his practice on employment law and civil litigation.
Mr. Karimjee represents employees from all walks of life in the areas of employment contracts, personnel policies, human rights, employment standards, non-competition and non-solicitation, wrongful dismissal and constructive dismissal.
A graduate of the University of Toronto Faculty of Law in 1997, Mr. Karimjee was admitted to the Ontario Bar in 1999.
His employer clients include many non-profits, charities and co-operatives.
Mr. Karimjee also maintains an active practice as a mediator primarily in the areas of employment and human rights law (www.karimjeeresolutions.com).
He trained as a mediator at the Harvard Law School and with the Stitt Feld Handy Group.
In addition to mediating, Mr. Karimjee acts as a third party neutral investigator and designs alternative dispute resolution systems for organizations.
Mr. Karimjee was a part-time vice-chair at the Workplace Safety Insurance Appeals Tribunal (2007-2012), adjudicating disputes regarding workers’ compensation.