Chambers Canada 2023 Guide Recognizes Hicks Morley for Employment & Labour and Pensions & Benefits
Hicks Morley has once again been recognized as a leading law firm in the Chambers Canada 2023 Guide for Employment & Labour (Ontario and Nationwide) and Pensions & Benefits (Nationwide).
Chambers Canada ranks leading lawyers and law firms based on a ranking system established from the most in-depth market analysis and comprehensive independent research.
In this eighth edition of the guide, Hicks Morley received praise for having “an excellent depth of knowledge of related laws, with outstanding teams of experienced subject matter experts.” In particular, one client remarked, “All the lawyers we work with have been extremely knowledgeable. During the peak points of the transaction, they were 100% committed to seeing its completion.”
Congratulations to our lawyers who have been ranked and recognized as notable practitioners in Chambers Canada 2023!
Stephen Shamie is regarded as having a formidable reputation in human resources law. He acts for both public and private clients on collective agreements, human rights hearings and labour board proceedings. He frequently acts as labour counsel on corporate transactions.
Henry Dinsdale is recognized for providing accomplished employment advice to both provincial and national clients and advises on collective bargaining. He possesses notable experience in several provinces across Canada alongside his considerable expertise in Ontario.
Craig Rix is acclaimed for having a wide-ranging employment and labour practice with experience in collective bargaining negotiations and rights arbitrations. He is skilled in human resources law and advising on statutory and regulatory matters.
Donna D’Andrea is recognized for her work in the hospitality sector, where she frequently acts for hotel chains and hospitality clients on union negotiations. She adeptly advises on dismissals, employment standards and human rights matters.
John Brooks is well regarded for advising employers on unionization and collective bargaining. He is respected for his strength in terminations, harassment and discrimination cases. One client said, ““John is an excellent labour and employment counsel.”
Simon Mortimer is commended for offering a wide range of labour and employment advice covering discrimination claims, as well as matters such as certifications and collective agreements.
Stephanie Kalinowski is praised for maintaining an extensive practice in pension regulatory and governance matters. She acts on pension mergers and asset transfers as well as litigation. One client said, “Stephanie provided outstanding service and is very knowledgeable and effective in advising and guiding the client through the process.”