Michael Klug has been representing trade unions and employees in all manner of disputes since he was called to the Ontario bar in 1993.
Michael has worked out of the firm’s London, Ontario office since he joined the firm in 2000. He represents a wide variety of trade unions who are primarily based out of southwestern Ontario, including Unions in the municipal, educational, industrial and transportation sectors. As such he appears regularly before labour arbitrators and other labour and employment tribunals, in both the provincial and federal jurisdictions and the courts. He is also often called upon to provide advice and representation to his clients with respect to collective bargaining issues.
In addition to his work on behalf of trade unions, Michael acts as counsel to unorganized employees in workers’ compensation, wrongful dismissal, human rights and other disputes.
Michael is a graduate of Dalhousie University in Halifax with a B.A. (Honours) in Political Science and of the University of British Columbia Law School. He brings to his work a strong commitment to enhancing the power of workers and unions in the workplace with a comprehensive understanding of the relevant law and its practical effect.