Stephen Wolpert

Stephen Wolpert

Stephen Wolpert, Partner

stephen@whittenlublin.com

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Employment Litigator Stephen Wolpert is not afraid to take the big shot. Having played basketball throughout the world, Stephen knows precisely how to focus when the game is on the line – a skill he practices whether in the courtroom or during negotiations with adversaries over his clients’ cases.

Stephen joined Whitten & Lublin Employment & Labour Lawyers in 2016 to continue his litigation practice, with a focus on the more complex employment law disputes, including sophisticated dismissal claims and human rights matters, particularly those that are not “slam dunks”. Previously, Stephen spent 7 years at a leading Toronto litigation law firm, where he handled all types of litigation disputes. Thus, he knows his way around the courtroom and does not back down from his opponents, no matter how large the case or how many opponents they send his way.

Stephen holds a commerce degree from Queen’s University and a law degree from Osgoode Hall Law School. He also volunteers his time to assist a local non-profit.

Stephen Wolpert can be reached at stephen@whittenlublin.com

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“Stephen Wolpert at Whitten & Lublin handled my case. I cannot recommend him and his firm enough. Excellent judgment. Good communication. Patient with those of us who are new to such scenarios. I relied heavily on Stephen’s expertise, I glad I did. His decision making was exemplary. He is pleasant to deal with, efficient and an excellent negotiator”.

~~Ed Morris