Based out of Oakville, Ontario, Bandhu Law Professional Corporation advises and represents employers and employees with respect to Employment and Labour Law matters.
Since 2013, our clients have trusted us to provide timely, practical advice, tell their story and deliver results. Our loyal base of employer clients trust us to provide exceptional advice, training, litigation, investigation and labour relations services. Employee clients appreciate our transparent and empathetic approach and our emphasis on value-added billing.
Whether our client is an employer or an employee, BLPC strives to provide world class service and obtain the best possible results, every time.
We add value because we see several steps ahead. Our visibility comes from the fact that there are few situations we haven’t seen in relation to employment law. This is especially the case where the “writing is on the wall” for an employment relationship. In these situations, our advice minimizes risk and reassures, helping employers and employees to minimize the anxiety of a stressful situation.
When it comes to advocacy and litigation, we attempt to find the quickest path to a fair result. While few cases are ever tried, persuasion starts early. Every file and situation are unique and we don’t rely on boilerplate documents like other law firms. Whether an employer or employee, our recipe for success is to tell your unique story clearly, concisely and compellingly.
Providing the same calibre of service and expertise as lawyers in big firms, we do not insist on hourly fees for every situation. Flat fees, contingent fees and fee caps form part of our value proposition. Our hourly rate, when applicable, is reasonable, appropriately reflecting our expertise, not our address or board room artwork. Regardless of how we bill, our promise is to provide outstanding service and value.
We employ video conferencing solutions whenever feasible, including with respect to initial consultations, witness interviews and workplace investigations. We are as close to being a paperless office as possible. This keeps costs down and helps us move your matter along.
Rishi has advised and represented employers of all shapes and sizes, across a variety of industries. In his practice at BLPC, he assists individuals navigate their rights and obligations in employment relationships. He provides trusted advice to business owners, managers and senior executives.
Rishi advises and represents his clients from a knowledge basis that is rich, current and informed by practicality and business value. He strives to provide first rate service and client communication. When necessary, Rishi is ready to litigate. He has appeared as an advocate in the Superior Court of Justice, the Ontario Labour Relations Board, the Ontario Human Rights Tribunal and before labour arbitrators, with a strong record of success.
Rishi’s career as an employment and labour lawyer started in 2003 at Canada’s largest management-side labour employment law firm. Rishi continued to build his expertise with 2 first-rate boutiques until late 2013 when he established BLPC. In 2018, Rishi returned to the University of Toronto as an instructor for the School of Continuing Education for its Industrial and Labour Relations Course.
In his spare time, you’ll find Rishi on the baseball diamond coaching baseball, spending time with his wife and two children and training for his next triathlon. He is a past Director for the Oakville Minor Baseball Association and the Past President of the South Asian Bar Association of Toronto.