Hicks Morley is pleased to announce that a new associate has joined the firm. Working out of our Toronto office, David Alli practises in all areas of labour and employment law advising public and private sector employers.
Hicks Morley is thrilled to announce that four of the firm’s lawyers have been recognized as the country’s “Leading Lawyers” in The 2018 Lexpert®/American Lawyer Guide to the Leading 500 Lawyers in Canada. Congratulations to Henry Dinsdale and Stephen Shamie for once again being profiled, and to David Bannon and John Brooks for their debut feature in this prestigious guide for their distinguished expertise in Labour Law.
Canadian Underwriter quoted Hicks Morley’s Stephen Gleave in a January 15, 2018 article titled “How a brokerage sale agreement can lead to a lawsuit.’” The article explains how the price buyers pay for brokerage firms is often not set in stone, and how this could lead to disagreements that wind up in court.
Hicks Morley is pleased to announce it has been recognized among the “Top 10 Labour & Employment Boutiques 2018-2019” by Canadian Lawyer. With a “reputation for solid work,” and “broad and deep coverage in all areas of employment and labour law,” Hicks Morley services clients out of five offices across Ontario. Craig Rix was quoted in…
Meet our new partners Natasha Monkman and Lisa Kwasek. Both continue to develop their thriving practices, Natasha in pension and benefits law out of the firm’s Toronto office, and Lisa in employment and labour law from the London office.
Rehab Matters quoted Hicks Morley’s Kees Kort in a special report on Medical Marijuana. The article explores the exponential growth of registrants for the use of medical marijuana in 2017 and how this proliferation raises questions regarding medication and work.
Benefits Canada quoted Hicks Morley’s Dan Michaluk in a December 19, 2017 article titled “Decision on employee reference eases the fears ‘to a certain extent’”. The article explores what an employer should say when asked about a former employee who wasn’t up to the task. When asked about the risks of a previous employer going too far, Dan said “Within the scope of giving a reference, employers have the protection of qualified privilege”.
Hicks Morley is pleased to announce it has once again ranked as the leading law firm in the Labour Relations and Pensions category according to the 2017/2018 Lexpert® CCCA/ACCJE Corporate Counsel Directory and Yearbook. Practice groups included in this category are employment law, labour relations, labour relations (construction sector), occupational health & safety, pensions & employee benefits and workers’ compensation.
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.”
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…