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HELPING YOU GROW AND PLAN FOR THE FUTURE

Houser Henry & Syron's vision is to be THE leader in strategic partnerships with our entrepreneurial business clients.

It’s a tall order but we love what we do and helping Businesses thrive in Canada is our passion!

Our success is based on you feeling like you have in-house counsel when you need it. We achieve that goal through a few guiding tenets:

  • Before we start any work we want to know as much about your business as possible
  • Detailed plans are how we stay on track, keep on budget and meet all your expectations
  • Clear communication – Keeping in touch with you regularly is our mission
  • Budgets - They matter as much for you as for us

Having served our clients since 1934, we offer privately owned businesses and Canadian subsidiaries of foreign companies the services they need to thrive.  Click here to see our Practice Areas

WHAT'S NEW

IT'S OFFICIAL - MICHAEL HENRY BECOMES MANAGING PARTNER!

Having worked for over 18 years at Houser Henry & Syron LLP and as a partner who looks to continually improve and innovate the way we work with our clients and staff, Michael is excited to be officially manning the helm as Managing Partner. The future for this firm is bright and we are excited to share our new space, our continued vision and mission for brilliant legal work and unparalleled relationships. Michael is very proud to be part of a team that continues to value growth and learning.

OCTOBER UPDATE

Three new protected employee leaves come into effect October 29th in Ontario to assist employees dealing with the death, disappearance, illness or injury to a child or close family member.

As an employer, you should familiarize yourself with the new provisions of the Employment Standards Act to ensure your company complies when they come into force on October 29, 2014.

Check out our latest Newsletter:
UPDATE: ONTARIO'S EMPLOYEE LEAVE OF ABSENCE PROVISIONS

MORE NEWS

We couldn't be prouder of the the innovation of our client, WT Hawkins. Small to mid-size business ideas often stem from the mother of invention. Check out the Report on Business's latest article on Canadian Food Manufacturing