Two Littler LLP Partners Named to 2021 Best Lawyers™ List

TORONTO (August 28, 2020) – Littler, the world’s largest employment and labor law practice representing management, is pleased to announce that partners Barry Kuretzky and George Vassos have been included in the 15th edition of The Best Lawyers in Canada.

“We congratulate Barry and George on their recognition in Best Lawyers and we are proud to have them once again represent Littler in the Canadian market,” said Tom Bender and Jeremy Roth, co-managing directors of Littler, in a joint statement.

Lawyers on The Best Lawyers in Canada list are reviewed by their peers based on professional expertise, and divided by geographic region and practice areas.

Barry Kuretzky has practised labour and employment law for four decades and represents many of Canada’s largest companies through all stages of employment interactions, including harassment, workplace health and safety, human rights scenarios, workplace policies, among others. He continues to earn recognition as one of Canada’s leading lawyers and received the prestigious Continuing Legal Education Long-Term Achievement Award from the Law Society of Upper Canada.

George Vassos has focused his practice on advocacy before trial and appellate courts, and administrative tribunals for 35 years. He also provides strategic and proactive advice on a wide variety of employment and labour issues including wrongful dismissal and employment litigation. In addition to his Best Lawyers™ listing, Vassos is consistently recognized in the industry as a leading employment lawyer in Canada.

In addition to the Canada ranking, more than 250 Littler lawyers were recently listed in the 2021 edition of The Best Lawyers in America©.

About Littler

With more than 1,500 labor and employment attorneys in offices around the world, Littler provides workplace solutions that are local, everywhere. Our diverse team and proprietary technology foster a culture that celebrates original thinking, delivering groundbreaking innovation that prepares employers for what’s happening today, and what’s likely to happen tomorrow.