The Law of Inducement in Canadian Employment Law (Carswell, 2012).
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Prior to opening his practice in 2011, Mr. Chsherbinin spent a number of years practicing law at a leading Toronto labour and employment firm, where he specialized in all aspects of employment and workplace human rights law.
Mr. Chsherbinin tenaciously advocates for his clients in civil litigation matters, with an emphasis on wrongful dismissal and immigration litigation. He has a strong advocacy background, appearing regularly before the Ontario Superior Court of Justice, the Federal Court of Canada, the Immigration & Refugee Board, the Canadian (and Ontario) Human Rights Tribunal and the Ontario Labour Relations Board.
Mr. Chsherbinin has a keen interest in a niche area of law – economic torts. He authored a legal textbook, The Law of Inducement in Canadian Employment Law, which scrutinizes liability for intentional interference with contractual and economic relationships, in the context of employment.
Mr. Chsherbinin is a regular columnist for Law Times and the author of numerous publications on a variety of employment and immigration law topics. Many pieces of his work have been featured in leading trade publications across Canada, such as: Ontario Bar Association, Law Times, The Lawyer’s Daily, Canadian Corporate Counsel Magazine, Canadian Employment Law Today and Canadian HR Reporter.
Mr. Chsherbinin has also been a presenter and panellist at professional development programs offered by Lorman, the Ontario Bar Association, Carswell and the B’nai Brith CLE Seminar.