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What Nexus is Required to Establish a Tribunal’s Jurisdiction over Discriminatory Conduct Arising at a Workplace?

By: Amy L. Sherrard

The Supreme Court of Canada will be delivering a decision likely to provide further clarity on the scope of the jurisdiction of British Columbia Human Rights Tribunal (Tribunal) to hear a complaint alleging discrimination regarding employment involving parties who work for different employers. On October 13, 2016, the Supreme Court of Canada granted leave to…

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Chambers Canada 2017 Recognizes Four Hicks Morley Lawyers as Leaders in their Fields

Hicks Morley has been ranked in Chambers Canada 2017. Hicks Morley’s Managing Partner, Stephen Shamie, is listed as a notable practitioner in Canada, Employment and he is described as “knowledgeable and highly regarded.” Elizabeth Brown is recognized for her leadership of the firm’s “stalwart” pensions practice and her key involvement in some of its most complex and high-profile work…

Stephanie Kalinowski Mentioned in Benefits and Pensions Monitor

Hicks Morley’s Stephanie Kalinowski was mentioned in the September 23, 2016 Benefits and Pensions Monitor Daily News Alerts. The alert summarizes the panel discussion, ‘Shining A Light On Lost Members’ at the 2016 Association of Canadian Pension Management (ACPM) annual conference‎…

We Welcome Seven New Associates to the Firm

Meet the newest additions to the Hicks Morley landscape. Practising out of the firm’s Toronto office are associates Amy Sherrard, Anna Karimian, Karina Pylypczuk, Kathleen Tate, Thomas Shaw, Gargi Chopra and Jordan Michaux.  

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