Firm Overview

With over 120 lawyers, Hicks Morley is the largest firm in Canada focusing on the representation of management in human resources law and advocacy. Labour and employment law is the foundation of our firm’s growth – the depth and scope of our expertise in human resources law is the Hicks Morley advantage.

Client Service

Hicks Morley places the highest priority on client service and ensures you receive:

  • Practical Solutions – whether a situation requires aggressive court action or careful negotiation, we identify the most practical solution to yield the best result for you.
  • Cost-effective Service – we allocate our legal skills and resources in the most cost-effective manner possible.
  • Timely Responses – we return phone calls and e-mails promptly, meet deadlines and focus on advance preparation to maximize the opportunities for a favourable outcome in any proceeding.

 

Client Training

Our client education and training programs can provide you with practical and cost-effective approaches to managing complex workplace issues.

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Knowledge Management

For many years, we have understood that the sharing of knowledge and work product is an essential part of ensuring that all members of the firm can provide high quality client service in as efficient and cost-effective manner as possible.

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History

Bob Hicks was one of the first lawyers in Canada to specialize in what is now referred to as the field of labour law, a practice area developed during World War II. In 1972, together with Colin Morley, Fred Hamilton, Bruce Stewart, Tom Storie, Chris Riggs and Harvey Beresford, Bob founded Hicks Morley Hamilton Stewart Storie, a firm exclusively representing public and private sector employers, both large and small, in labour and employment law matters. Since then we have expanded from eight lawyers to more than 115 and, in addition to the Toronto office, have opened offices in Waterloo, London, Kingston and Ottawa. We have also expanded our practice areas to encompass the full spectrum of human resources law.

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