Inna Koldorf is a founding partner of Koldorf Stam LLP and provides clients with timely, strategic advice and representation in the areas of employment and labour law.
Inna’s practice focuses on all workplace-related issues, including labour relations, employment standards, employment contracts, termination of employment and human rights. Inna takes a practical approach to dealing with labour and employment issues and assists clients with pro-actively targeting potential concerns to prevent issues before they arise. However, since litigation is sometimes necessary, Inna frequently appears before the Ontario Labour Relations Board, the Canada Industrial Relations Board, boards of arbitration and Ontario courts.
Inna regularly speaks at seminars on labour and employment law topics, is the author of several legal articles addressing current issues in labour and employment law and is the co-author of a chapter on employment law in a text book on Social Media and Internet Law.
Inna is an experienced workplace investigator. In that role, Inna provides unbiased third-party investigation services to resolve allegations pursuant to the Human Rights Code, the Occupational Health and Safety Act, and workplace harassment and violence policies, as well as allegations of fraud, conflict of interest and breach of contract.
Professional Membership & Volunteer Work
Member of the Board of Directors, Alzheimer Society Peel (2015 to present)
Ontario Bar Association Labour & Employment Law Section Executive (2012 to present)
Ontario Bar Association Young Lawyers Division Continuing Legal Education Committee (2008-2013)
Past Vice President of the Northview Heights Early Learning Centre
Association of Workplace Investigators
ADR Institute of Ontario
Education & Bar Admittance
Admitted to practice law in Ontario in 2004
Bachelor of Laws, Queen’s University, 2003
Bachelor of Arts (Honours) in Sociology and Law and Society, York University, 2000