Robert Frost-Hinz



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Education & Qualifications

  • Saskatchewan Bar (2011)
  • JD with great distinction (Saskatchewan, 2010)
  • BA with great distinction (Saskatchewan, 2007)

Robert Frost-Hinz works in the firm’s labour and employment department. He provides employers and management with guidance on a wide variety of labour and employment issues as well as representing clients before all manner of courts, arbitrators and tribunals.

Robert provides employers with guidance and assistance in relation to a wide variety of labour and employment issues including labour relations, collective agreement negotiation and interpretation, employment standards, OH&S, policy development, discipline and discharge, along with human rights and accommodations. Robert has represented clients before the Saskatchewan Court of Appeal, Court of Queen’s Bench and Provincial Court, along with a variety of boards, tribunals and arbitrators.

Robert was listed among the Best Lawyers in Canada for 2023 and in the 2023 Canadian Legal Lexpert Directory.

  • Acts for private and public employers throughout Saskatchewan in a variety of sectors including mining, manufacturing, construction, food processing, government, education, non-profits and retail, among others.
  • Provides strategic and legal advice to employers and owners in relation to construction labour law.
  • Former Chair and Vice-Chair,  Administrative and Labour Law Section, Canadian Bar Association, Saskatchewan (North)
  • Past President, Saskatoon Bar Association
  • “No Jab, No Job? Employer rules and employee rights in a pandemic”, Lancaster House National Conference (2021)
  • “Ethics: Unrepresented Litigants”, Canadian Association of Counsel to Employers (CACE) (2021)
  • “Workplace Impacts of COVID-19”, Canadian Bar Association Mid-Winter Meeting (2021)
  • Centre for Labour-Management Development (Saskatoon), Accommodation Update (2017, 2018, 2019, 2022) and Labour Law Review (2017 and 2019)
  • “Privacy Compliance & Hot Topics,” MLT Aikins Workshop, Saskatchewan (October 2019)
  • “Ask the Experts – MLT Aikins (Panel),”CPHR Saskatchewan 13th Annual Conference (October 2019)
  • “Accommodation Allowed… or Denied?” Accommodation Law Conference, Saskatoon (May 2019)
  • “Buying and Selling a Business: Key Labour and Employment Law Issues,” Law Society of Saskatchewan (2014)
  • University of Saskatchewan Undergraduate Scholarship (2010)
  • Fraser Milner Casgrain Prize in Business Organizations, University of Saskatchewan (2010)
  • Robertson Stromberg Pederson Scholarship, University of Saskatchewan (2009)
  • Cecil G. Schmitt Prize in Company Law, University of Saskatchewan (2009)
  • Durward Thomas Prize in Civil Procedure, University of Saskatchewan (2009)
  • Entrance Scholarship, University of Saskatchewan (2006)