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Complaint Review: Kerfoot Burroughs LLP and Michael Steven - Vancouver British Columbia

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Raul - Houston, Canada

Kerfoot Burroughs LLP and Michael Steven
400-1401 W Broadway Vancouver, V6H 1H6 British Columbia, Canada
+1 604-263-2565
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My case was assigned to lawyer Michael Steven who, I must say, is highly incompetent. He failed to submit the required documents on time, resulting in the loss of my case. Despite having all the necessary information from my end, he still managed to delay the paperwork and ultimately, my case suffered.

To make matters worse, I was asked to pay an initial retainer fee of $15,000. However, the quality of work provided by Kerfoot Burroughs LLP was far from satisfactory. I had to constantly follow up with them for updates and corrections on the documents they submitted. It was evident that they did not put in enough effort or attention to detail in my case.

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British Columbia,
Experiencing Workplace Harassment from Micheal Steven

#2UPDATE EX-employee responds

Thu, April 11, 2024

Working in a professional environment is supposed to provide a safe and respectful space for all employees. However, this was not the case for me when I worked at Kerfoot Burroughs office. As a woman, I faced constant harassment from an older lawyer Micheal Steven who made offensive comments about my gender on a daily basis. I had been working at the firm for a few months when the harassment began. At first, it was small comments that I could brush off, but it quickly escalated into more serious offenses. The lawyer would make inappropriate jokes and gestures towards me, making me feel uncomfortable and objectified in my workplace. Being a victim of harassment made me feel powerless and afraid to speak up. I didn't want to risk losing my job or facing retaliation from the lawyer. I also didn't want to create a hostile work environment for myself by reporting the harassment. I tried to ignore the situation and carry on with my work, but it became increasingly difficult as the harassment continued. It affected my mental health and productivity, making me dread going to work every day. Eventually, I couldn't take it anymore and decided to leave the job. Leaving my job was not an easy decision, but it was necessary for my well-being. It's unfortunate that in today's society, workplace harassment is still prevalent, especially towards women and marginalize

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