Nathaniel Marshall is the founder of Marshall Workplace Law and practises in all areas of employment and labour law. Prior to founding the firm, Nathaniel worked at a top-ranked employment boutique that focused primarily on conducting workplace investigations; a prominent, national law firm; and a labour boutique.

Nathaniel has conducted workplace investigations in a range of workplaces, including small, medium, and large enterprises (both unionized and non-unionized) in the public sector, and within large, provincial unions. He has also conducted investigations for both federally and provincially regulated employers. He has a wide breadth of experience in workplace investigations relating to harassment, sexual harassment, discrimination, workplace violence, benefits fraud, bullying, and employer-specific codes of conduct and workplace policies. He also has significant experience in conducting workplace audits, training, restorations, and mediations.

In addition to conducting workplace investigations, Nathaniel has appeared as a prosecutor in numerous disciplinary proceedings under the Police Services Act and counsel in police grievance arbitrations. Nathaniel is also certified by the Toronto Police Service to conduct use-of-force investigations involving special constables.

Nathaniel is an experienced advocate and has represented clients before the Ontario Superior Court of Justice, the Ontario Labour Relations Board, the Ontario Civilian Police Commission, the Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario, and the Workplace Safety and Insurance Appeals Tribunal. He has also been published in the Canadian HR Reporter and Canadian Employment Law Today.

Nathaniel holds a B.A. in Political Science (Dean’s List) and a J.D. from Dalhousie University, where he was a member of the Indigenous Blacks and Mi’Kmaq initiative.