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The (Funding) Future is Here: Ontario Releases Pension Funding Reform Details

By: Natasha D. Monkman

On December 14, 2017, the Ontario government published the long-awaited details to support the proposed reforms to funding rules for Ontario pension plans. The proposed regulations describe the amendments to the Pension Benefits Act Regulations that will, among other things: Alter solvency funding obligations, by reducing the solvency deficiency required to be funded (such that…

Omnibus Healthcare Bill Passed

By: Shivani Chopra

On December 12, 2017, Bill 160, Strengthening Quality and Accountability for Patients Act, 2017, received Royal Assent. As previously reported, Bill 160 is omnibus legislation which addresses the delivery of healthcare services in Ontario. It enacts the Health Sector Payment Transparency Act, 2017, Medical Radiation and Imaging Technology Act, 2017 and Oversight of Health Facilities…

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Hicks Morley Recognized as a Leading Firm by Legal 500 Canada 2018

Hicks Morley has been recognized as a leader in the fields of Labour and Employment and Pensions law by the Legal 500 Canada 2018 guide. Highlighted by clients as “at the top of its field,” Hicks Morley “has the depth and experience to respond quickly with a complete view of the alternatives and risks.”

Catherine Peters Discusses Sexual Misconduct in the Workplace with Views on the #MeToo Campaign with The Globe and Mail

On December 5th, Hicks Morley’s Catherine Peters will participate in a live-streamed Roundtable discussion as part of the #AfterMeToo symposium, which is being organized by a group of entertainment industry participants, including Mia Kirshner, Canadian actor, writer and social activist whose willingness to share her personal experience of sexual harassment by entertainment mogul Harvey Weinstein has sparked a movement for institutional change…

We Welcome Two New Associates to the Firm

Meet Hicks Morley’s newest Pensions and Benefits and Labour and Employment lawyers. Practising out of the firm’s Toronto office are associates Sukhvinder Dulay and Joseph Marcus.

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