Stephen provides practical and strategic advice and representation to both private and public sector employers on a diverse array of labour and employment issues, including human rights and accommodation, labour disputes, grievance arbitrations, wrongful dismissals and employment standards.
Stephen received his J.D. in 2017 from Osgoode Hall. While there, he served as a Co-President of the Asian Law Students Association and worked as a research and graduate assistant for two prominent professors in the labour relations field. He also volunteered with the Community and Legal Aid Services Program (CLASP) as a caseworker in the Employment Law Division. Prior to attending law school, Stephen received a Master of Industrial Relations and Human Resources from the University of Toronto and a B.Comm (Honours) with a specialization in Human Resource Management from York University. He was called to the bar in 2018.
Recent Articles by Stephen Choo
- The National Day for Truth and Reconciliation will be observed for the first time September 30, 2021
- The Reopening Ontario (A Flexible Response to COVID-19) Act, 2020 is Proclaimed and Ontario Terminates the Declaration of Emergency
- Ontario Court of Appeal Concludes that Impermissible “Termination for Cause” Provision Invalidates Entire Termination Clause in Employment Contract
- Ontario Government Proposes Legislation to Protect Workers During the COVID-19 Pandemic
- Upcoming Changes to the Rules of Civil Procedure (Rule 76 - Simplified Procedure)