Chris is a lawyer at Shillers LLP and practices exclusively in the areas of Employment Law and Disability Insurance Law (short-term disability and long-term disability). Chris represents clients in matters involving wrongful dismissals, constructive dismissals, temporary layoffs, restrictive covenants (non-competition, non-solicitation, non-disclosure), workplace harassment, workplace discrimination, owed wages, bonus entitlements, commission entitlements, and short-term and long-term disability denials.
As a dedicated advocate, Chris regularly appears before various levels of courts in Ontario, including the Ontario Superior Court of Justice, Small Claims Court, as well as various Administrative Tribunals, including the Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario.
Chris earned his Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from York University and obtained his Juris Doctor from the University of Calgary Faculty of Law. In law school, Chris was an editor at the Alberta Law Review and an active volunteer with the Civil Claims Duty Counsel project where he gained valuable experience assisting self-represented litigants with civil matters in the Provincial Courts.
Chris is a member of the Law Society of Ontario, Toronto Lawyer’s Association, Korean Canadian Lawyers Association, and the Ontario Trial Lawyers Association.
York University, B.A. (Psychology)
University of Calgary, Faculty of Law, J.D.
English and Korean