Inna Koldorf’s practice is focused in the areas of Labour & Employment Law, Human Rights Law, and Workplace Investigations. Inna provides clients with strategic advice and training to ensure legal compliance with the different aspects of workplace law. Having advised and represented unions and employees earlier in her career, Inna brings a unique perspective to the counsel and representation that she now provides exclusively to employers. She has developed an expertise in construction labour relations, and often assists employers with communications during organizing campaigns, responding to certification applications, and addressing day-to-day human resources issues on construction sites.

Inna is a workplace investigator who has completed the Association of Workplace Investigators’ Training Institute, an accredited certificate program. She investigates allegations raised under the Human Rights Code, the Occupational Health and Safety Act, the Canada Labour Code, workplace harassment and violence policies, as well as allegations of fraud, conflict of interest and breach of contract.

Inna is also a respected litigator, and has appeared before the Ontario Labour Relations Board, the Canada Industrial Relations Board, boards of arbitration, the Ontario Human Rights Tribunal, the Superior Court of Justice, and the Federal Court of Canada.

Inna is an active member of the Ontario Bar Association Labour & Employment Law Section Programming Committee. She is also a member of the Board of Directors of the Alzheimer Society Peel and a former member of the Vaughan Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors.

Inna has been repeatedly quoted in the Financial Post, the Globe & Mail, the Lawyers Weekly and other news publications. Inna regularly speaks at seminars on workplace law topics and is the author of several legal articles and text book chapters addressing current issues in workplace law.

Prior to joining Miller Thomson, Inna had established and ran her own labour and employment boutique firm in Vaughan, Ontario.