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Hicks Morley is pleased to announce that Alex Lemoine has joined the firm as a labour and employment lawyer in our Toronto office. He provides timely, strategic and practical advice to assist employers with maximizing the potential of their workplaces. He has appeared as counsel on numerous dispute resolution matters and has extensive experience in all issues related to employment relationships.

Hicks Morley is pleased to announce that Cemeka Douglas has joined the firm as the manager of our student programs. Based in our Toronto office, Cemeka is responsible for managing the firm’s student recruitment processes and for supporting the development, mentorship and overall experience of the firm’s summer and articling students.

Hicks Morley has once again been recognized in the Canadian Legal Lexpert® Directory. The firm ranked “Most Frequently Recommended” for labour relations in Toronto, “Consistently Recommended” for pensions and employee benefits in Toronto as well as labour relations in Ottawa, Kingston, Waterloo and London, and “Repeatedly Recommended” in the construction sector in Toronto.

Hicks Morley is pleased to announce that Katherine Ford has joined the firm as the knowledge management lead in our Toronto office. In this role, Katherine will work alongside our client services team in the continued delivery of leading-edge insights on legal developments, client updates and informative training sessions.

Canadian HR Reporter interviewed Hicks Morley’s Eleanor Vaughan for an article titled, “When small errors add up: Federal Court awards $817 million for class action benefits underpayment.” In light of the recent decision Manuge v. Canada, Eleanor notes how payment errors and other employment-related issues can open employers up to risk and how class action liability in those cases can be significant.