Year of Call 2010 Education Queen’s University (B.A.H. in Political Studies)
University of Windsor (LL.B.)
Location Toronto

Featured Areas of Practice Litigation Areas of Practice Commercial Litigation Education Law Employment Law Human Rights Litigation Labour Law Litigation Regulatory Health and Safety Law
Associations Law Society of Ontario

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Marty Rabinovitch practices Human Rights Litigation at Devry Smith Frank LLP (DSF).

He regularly advises clients with respect to issues related to discrimination in the workplace, including bullying, harassment, sexual harassment, and the duty to accommodate employees with disabilities.

Marty has extensive human rights litigation experience. He regularly attends at the Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario and the Superior Court of Justice and has represented clients at the Canadian Human Rights Commission.

He speaks regularly about human rights issues and has written extensively on human rights law.

Marty is a graduate of Queen’s University (B.A. Hons. in Political Studies) and the University of Windsor (LL.B.), where he volunteered at Community Legal Aid and Pro Bono Students Canada. Marty received multiple academic awards from Queen’s University and was the recipient of the 2008 Gavel Award from the University of Windsor for the best written judgment of a student judge presiding over the Law 1 moots. He also participated in the Laskin Moot competition, where he presented his arguments in French.

Marty is fluent in French and provides legal services to both English and French-speaking clients.

He is an avid tennis player, enjoys watching and umpiring baseball, and has travelled extensively in Europe. He is certified to teach baseball umpiring clinics through the Ontario Baseball Association.




  • “Marty R and Stuart C. were able to help us with a challenging personal and business crisis. We are grateful for their professionalism and kindness (and that of their support staff). I would recommend their services to anyone facing an analogous situation. Thank you, gentlemen”.— Jonathan S.




Chatoor v. Xerox Global Services, 2011 HRTO 2232 (CanLII), which addressed an employer’s objection to the Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario’s jurisdiction to adjudicate a complaint;

Ruremesha v. Travelers Guarantee Company of Canada et al, 2012 HRTO 1044 (CanLii) in which the Tribunal decided that a full hearing would be required to address all issues raised in the Application, and

Koenig v. University of Toronto, 2012 HRTO 1098 (CanLII), which was a reconsideration decision of the Tribunal with respect to allegations of discrimination based on citizenship.

For additional information about legal matters regarding personal litigation, please contact one of our civil litigation lawyers in Toronto, Marty Rabinovitch at 416-446-5826.