Mike Cashion

Lawyer – Founder

mike@cashionlegal.com 1 (587) 608-5546

Mike Cashion is a Calgary employment lawyer primarily acting for employees in a wide variety of employment matters including severance negotiations, wrongful dismissal claims, constructive dismissal claims, workplace harassment, sexual harassment, discrimination, human rights complaints, workplace investigations, and employment contract review.

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Mike’s practice largely consists of acting for executives and senior managers who have been terminated or are facing other workplace issues. Mike has completed level one of the Chartered Financial Analyst program and uses this knowledge base to tackle complex issues relating to equity and profit based compensation packages.


Mike has represented hundreds of individuals and businesses in employment matters. His experience includes acting for clients before the Supreme Court of Canada, Alberta Court of Appeal, Court of King’s Bench of Alberta, the Provincial Court of Alberta, the Alberta Labour Relations Board, the Alberta Human Rights Commission, Employment Standards complaints, and mediations. He has also represented clients in British Columbia, Ontario, Saskatchewan, and Manitoba.


Mike holds a Juris Doctor degree from the University of Manitoba and a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from the university of Calgary. He is a member of the Law Society of Alberta, the Canadian Bar Association, the CBA Alberta Labour & Employment Law (South) section, and the Calgary Bar Association. Prior to his legal career Mike worked as a risk management consultant providing advice to businesses and government on a variety of risk management related issues.

Get to know Mike

Mike was born and raised in Calgary and continues to live here with his wife and two daughters. He enjoys cooking, coffee and running.

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