Ronald M. Snyder is certified as a specialist in labour law by the Law Society of Ontario.
His labour and employment practice is restricted to representing both public and private sector employers before an array of administrative tribunals and all levels of courts including the Supreme Court of Canada concerning a wide variety of workplace issues. Operating out of both the Firm’s Toronto and Ottawa offices to provide counsel to clients across Canada, he is nationally recognized for his heightened expertise in the distinctive laws and issues which directly impact Federally regulated employers.
Ronald is also a noted Canadian labour law author whose textbooks are cited in decisions rendered by the Supreme Court of Canada. Utilized by lawyers, human resource professionals and union personnel alike, his publications are one of the most often referenced authorities in the Awards rendered by arbitrators and the courts. His seminal treatise, Collective Agreement Arbitration in Canada is hailed by arbitrators as a “leading text” on the law relating to workplace issues in the unionized context. His Annotated Canada Labour Code treatise, annually published since 1992, has made him a household name among those who practice in the domain of Federal labour and employment law.
He frequently presents at conferences, seminars and workshops attended by HR professionals, lawyers, employer and union representatives to address a wide variety of labour and employment subject matters. Ronald is recognized as a leading lawyer in the 2022 edition of The Best Lawyers™ in Canada for labor and employment law.
Master of Business Administration, International Business and Labour
Master of Industrial Relations
Bachelor of Commerce with Distinction (Industrial Relations)
Employment & Labour Law
Carswell, 1992 – 2022 Annual Editions
6th Edition, LexisNexis, 2017
Canadian Encyclopedia Digest (Carswell, 1985)