It’s interesting to know that Craig is part of the reported 50 percent of people who actually listen to the music they buy on vinyl. Notably, actually listening is an essential skill within the foundation of the work that Craig does.
Years of actually listening to union and individual clients, working extensively representing them at arbitration, at provincial and federal labour relations boards, and in the courts is the core of what Craig does.
As a result, Craig has experience representing union clients in the broader public sector including municipal, transit and university employees, as well as union clients in manufacturing, transportation and the construction industry – including representation of benefit trust funds. Craig also represents individual employment clients in the Courts and at the Ontario Human Rights Tribunal.
Craig is a founding member of MWHB and has headed the firm’s London, Ontario offices since 2008. Prior to this, he practiced for several years in Toronto for a union side labour and employment law firm and was also was one of two partners in an Ottawa-based union side labour and employment law firm.
A graduate of Osgoode Hall Law School, he was called to the Ontario Bar in 1996 and is a member of the Canadian Association of Labour Lawyers, the Middlesex Law Association, and sits is a member of the Ontario Labour Relations Board Advisory Committee. Since 2013 he has been listed by Best Lawyers in Canada for Labour & Employment Law.
When not practising, Craig is active within the London community, enjoying raising his three daughters there, skiing, and of course collecting albums.