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Malcolm MacKillop

Malcolm MacKillop


Shields O’Donnell MacKillop LLP

Toronto Division, Canada

Malcolm MacKillop is a founding member of Shields O’Donnell MacKillop LLP (“SOM LLP”), a boutique labor and employment law firm based in Toronto, Canada. He has extensive litigation experience in federal and superior trial courts and courts of appeals, administrative and quasi-judicial tribunals, and arbitration proce...





Shields O'Donnell MacKillop LLP


Malcolm MacKillop has spent over 17 years practicing exclusively employment law with two National Law firms, the last several years as the National Practice leader of the Employment law practice. His practice is focused on providing employers with strategic employment-related advice and to litigating disputes including just cause, wrongful dismissal and much more.

University of New Brunswick

Juris Doctor Degree

Malcolm MacKillop graduated from the University of New Brunswick's law program.

The Impact of Random Drug Testing at Work

Malcolm MacKillop shares an excerpt from his book, Employment Law Solutions regarding the legality of drug and alcohol testing in the workplace.

The Imperfections Of A Notice Period

The decision by the Ontario Court of Appeal in Love v. Acuity serves as a reminder for employers that caution should be exercised when setting a notice period. The simple rule to follow is that you need to tailor-make each individual notice period to the specific circumstances of the employee.

The Tort of Intrusion Upon Seclusion may Impact Employers

Malcolm MacKillop

A tort, in common law jurisdictions, is a civil wrong that causes another individual to suffer loss or harm and results in legal liability for the person who actually committed the tortious act. Read more about a tort at