Chambers Canada 2020 Guide Recognizes Hicks Morley for Employment and Labour, Pensions and Benefits, and Privacy and Data Protection

Chambers Canada 2020 Guide Recognizes Hicks Morley for Employment and Labour, Pensions and Benefits, and Privacy and Data Protection

Hicks Morley has once again been recognized as a leading law firm in the Chambers Canada 2020 guide for Employment & Labour (Ontario and Nationwide) and Pensions & Benefits (Nationwide).

The firm receives praise for its “tremendous bench strength” being “a pre-eminent boutique in Ontario,” as well as for working on “very big pensions matters” and having “a lot of depth of experience” in the practice area.

Congratulations to our lawyers who have been ranked and recognized as notable practitioners in Chambers Canada 2020!

Managing Partner, Stephen Shamie, is highly regarded for advising clients in the hospitality, media and industrial sectors. Sources are unanimous in their support for his premier position in the Bar.

Henry Dinsdale is an established figure in the province, acting for clients across the country. He offers advice in collective bargaining negotiations in addition to being a skilled advocate for employers.

Craig Rix has notable skills as an advocate, negotiator and adviser to a range of public and private sector employers. He has prior experience as an adviser to the Ontario government.

Stephanie Kalinowski attracts ample praise for her experienced pensions and benefits practice. Noted for her deft handling of pension issues deriving from insolvencies, she also advises on regulatory and compliance matters.

Daniel Michaluk focuses on privacy issues which concern employment law. His expertise encompasses security breach response, privacy complaints and access to information requests.

Donna D’Andrea named “Recognized Practitioner.”