Mathews Dinsdale & Clark Competitors, Revenue, Alternatives and Pricing

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Toronto, ON CAN
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Estimated Revenue & Financials

  • Mathews Dinsdale & Clark's estimated annual revenue is currently $31.6M per year.(?)
  • Mathews Dinsdale & Clark's estimated revenue per employee is $270,000

Employee Data

  • Mathews Dinsdale & Clark has 117 Employees.(?)
  • Mathews Dinsdale & Clark grew their employee count by -1% last year.
  • Mathews Dinsdale & Clark currently has 1 job openings.

Mathews Dinsdale is Canada's only national labour and employment law firm representing employers across Canada. With offices in British Columbia, Alberta, Ontario and Nova Scotia, and connections to the Ius Laboris global network of HR law firms, we are uniquely positioned to assist employers with all their local, national or international workplace law needs. For over 60 years the Firm has been a leader amongst human resources law firms in Canada and has repeatedly been recognized by Canadian Lawyer magazine as one of the Top Labour and Employment boutiques. Mathews Dindale offers a wide range of practical experience and legal expertise to meet the needs of a variety of private and public sector employers. Our private sector clients extend from small independent businesses to large multi-national corporations in all sectors of the economy, including manufacturing, retail, construction and information technology. A significant portion of our practice also involves advising public sector employers, including municipalities, hospitals, ambulance services and not-for-profit organizations. Our lawyers regularly appear on behalf of employers before the Ontario Labour Relations Board, the Canada Industrial Relations Board, arbitrators, the Workplace Safety & Insurance Board, the Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario and various other federal and provincial boards and tribunals. We also represent employers before all levels of courts in wrongful dismissal actions, occupational health and safety matters, judicial reviews of decisions made by administrative tribunals and to obtain injunctive relief.