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Supreme Court of Canada Finds Employers Have Duty to Accommodate Under Workers’ Compensation Legislation

By: Jordan D. Simon

The Supreme Court of Canada recently considered an employer’s duty to accommodate under Québec’s workers’ compensation legislation, the Act Respecting Industrial Accidents and Occupational Diseases (Act). In Quebec (Commission des normes, de l’équité, de la santé et de la sécurité du travail) v. Caron, the Commission de la santé et de la sécurité du travail…

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Chambers Global 2018 Recognizes Stephen Shamie as a Notable Practitioner in Canada

Hicks Morley has been ranked in Chambers Global 2018. Managing Partner, Stephen Shamie, is also recognized as a notable practitioner in Canada, Employment & Labour and is regarded for regularly advising on collective bargaining issues, as well as employment and labour matters arising from joint ventures and takeovers.  Stephen is described as “a very bright and very capable lawyer,” who “sets a…

Hicks Morley Recognized as a Leading Firm by Chambers Global 2018

Hicks Morley is pleased to announce it has once again been ranked in Chambers Global 2018 in the area of Employment, Labour & Pensions.

Hicks Morley Advises on One of Lexpert’s Top 10 Deals of 2017

The restructuring of Stelco Inc. has been listed as one of Lexpert Magazine’s Top 10 Deals of 2017 and Hicks Morley, who acted for Stelco Inc. during the restructuring process as Labour and Pension and Benefits counsel, is recognized for the firm’s contributions.

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