Our Practice Areas
In addition to offering monthly legal memberships, Bilyk Law also provides organizations with flexible flat fee and hourly billing options for legal services in the following practice areas:
We work with start-ups and private organizations of all sizes in a variety of industries including: automotive, retail, e-commerce, information technology, healthcare, professional services, manufacturing, construction and others.
We provide practical and cost-effective legal support for our clients’ day to day operational needs. We assist clients with reviewing, negotiating and drafting: commercial contracts, SaaS agreements, non-disclosure agreements, letters of intent, shareholder agreements, licensing agreements, commercial leases, waivers and releases, marketing materials, endorsement agreements, customer communications, contest rules and more.
We advise on all aspects of our clients’ business practices and assist them with resolving customer and supplier disputes, and ensuring compliance with legislation and regulatory matters. We deal with opposing counsel, so our clients don’t have to, and we assist with business development projects.
We take care of our clients’ day to day legal needs so they can focus on what’s most important to them.
Employment & Labour
We advise non-union and unionized businesses in all areas of Canadian employment and labour law. We work with our clients to promote positive employee relations and foster effective leadership development.
We help our clients manage the whole employment life-cycle including: hiring and recruiting, employment contracts, workplace policies and procedures, discipline and terminations, wrongful dismissals, employment standards, benefits and compensation, mergers and acquisitions, human rights, absenteeism and disability management, health and safety, labour relations, union organizing, applications for certification, collective bargaining and grievance arbitrations.
Privacy & Data Security
We help clients secure their data assets and ensure compliance with privacy laws.
We collaborate with external IT and security experts to help our clients with securing their networks preventing cyber-attacks, conducting risk assessments, implementing data security policies and procedures, providing employee training on data security and technology best practices, developing disaster recovery procedures and creating business continuity and cyber incident response plans.
We help our clients prepare, respond and recover from destructive elements such as DDos and ransomware attacks, malware, hacking and phishing attacks, rogue employees, vendor and service provider vulnerabilities, and physical and cyber data breaches.
We make sure our clients’ business practices are compliant with the Personal Information and Electronic Documents Act (PIPEDA) and we work with them to ensure they are effectively using their customer lists and contacting prospects in accordance with Canada’s Anti-Spam Law (CASL) and Canadian Radio-Television and Telecommunications (CRTC) regulations.