For the past 43 years, we have fought on behalf of First Nations from across Canada. Our lawyers have acted in many precedent-setting Aboriginal rights and title cases, including the historic Tsilhqot'in Nation v. British Columbia at the Supreme Court of Canada.
In 1997, we were the first law firm in British Columbia to bring a proposed class action to the British Columbia Court of Appeal. Since that time, we have acted many times on behalf of classes of plaintiffs.
We practice employment and human rights law primarily on behalf of employees. We advance claims for employees who have been wrongfully dismissed, discriminated against, or otherwise treated unlawfully in the workplace. Our lawyers are adept at settlement negotiation, and, when negotiations fail, litigation before courts and human rights tribunals. We provide a full range of employment-related legal services, including reviewing and negotiating employment contracts and managing relationships with unions, regulatory bodies and health care insurers.
Rosenberg Law has a broad civil litigation practice, regularly representing clients in all types of matters and at all level of courts in Canada, including the Supreme Court of Canada.
Our lawyers have successfully argued numerous precedent-setting appeals in class actions, aboriginal title, constitutional, and criminal law matters. We are regularly hired by other law firms for our appellate advocacy experience.