AREAS OF EXPERTISE

Christopher Dilts is an associate at SIMPSONWIGLE LAW, focusing on all areas of workplace law, including drafting employment contracts and policies, wrongful dismissal, human rights, disability management, collective bargaining, and grievance arbitration.  

Representing both employers and employees, Christopher has appeared in all levels of court in Ontario as well as a number of tribunals including the Ontario Labour Relations Board and the Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario, where he successfully argued a landmark case concerning family status discrimination.

A CREATIVE APPROACH

“There is opportunity in law to be creative. By fully understanding the client’s needs and wants, and thinking creatively, we can craft a solution that accomplishes the client’s objectives in a timely, cost-effective manner.”

WHAT SETS CHRISTOPHER APART

“I come to the table extremely prepared, with detailed knowledge of the law, and strong dedication to client service.”

THE BEST PART OF THE JOB

“There’s great satisfaction in getting a handle on complex, technical arguments and running with them. And when the matter is resolved, seeing a client happy with the outcome is also immensely gratifying. Really, the best part of the job is solving problems, that’s what we’re here for.”

GIVING BACK TO THE COMMUNITY

Christopher has served on the Board of Directors for the Lincoln County Law Association, taught part-time at Brock University, and volunteered with the Ontario Bar Association, helping high school students prepare for OBA/OJEN Competitive Mock Trials.

Christopher is a father with two young children. In his free time, he enjoys hiking and spending time with family and friends.

Admissions

  • Called to the Bar in Ontario, Canada, 2015

Education

  • B.A., Brock University, 2011
  • Juris Doctor, Osgoode Hall Law School, 2014

Associations

  • Hamilton Law Association
  • Law Society of Ontario
  • Ontario Bar Association

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