As an Indigenous woman, Michiko brings a unique perspective to the legal profession through her diverse experience. Michiko practices in the areas of Labour & Employment, Human Rights, Insurance, Litigation & Alternative Dispute Resolution, and Estate Planning. Drawing upon a solid foundation in business, accounting, and banking, Michiko possesses a keen understanding of the complex legal landscape in which individuals and businesses operate. This multifaceted background allows Michiko to approach legal matters from a strategic perspective, considering not only the legal implications but also the broader business and financial ramifications. This distinctive approach empowers Michiko to craft innovative and tailored legal strategies that meet clients’ specific objectives while safeguarding their interests.
Michiko is dedicated to forging lasting relationships with clients based on trust, respect, and unwavering commitment. By offering a personalized approach, tailored strategies, and clear communication, Michiko ensures that clients receive the highest level of representation and support throughout their legal journey.
Outside of her legal practice, Michiko is an active member of the community. She is passionate about supporting various organizations and initiatives that promote inclusivity and diversity.
Michiko has experience with:
- Conducting research and drafting briefs on undue hardship and duty to accommodate for a grievance involving accommodation of mental health and disabilities.
- Preparing materials for clients, administrative boards and tribunals, arbitrators, the Court of Kings Bench.
- Preparing employment contracts, including non-compete and non-solicitation clauses.