Hicks Morley Welcomes Two New Partners
Hicks Morley recently welcomed three new partners, Henry Dinsdale and Michael Smyth, to the firm. Henry, Jeffrey and Michael are based in the firm’s Toronto office.
Recognized as one of Canada’s leading lawyers in the field of labour and employment law by The Best Lawyers in Canada and by Martindale Hubbell, Henry Dinsdale was called to the Ontario bar in 1989, and works closely with both federally and provincially regulated employers to provide advice ranging from collective bargaining and strategic labour relations planning to contract interpretation and employee terminations. With both a Masters and Doctoral degree from Stanford University Law School, Henry has taught labour law at the University of Toronto Law School and Osgoode Hall Law School and is on the faculty at Queen’s University’s Industrial Relations Centre. Henry can be reached at 416.864.7037 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Michael Smyth was called to the Ontario bar in 1992, and has been recognized as a leading practitioner in the area of labour and employment law in The Best Lawyers in Canada. Michael advises federally and provincially regulated employers on grievances and arbitrations, discipline and terminations, human rights matters, certification applications, corporate restructuring, collective bargaining and employment contracts. Michael can be reached at 416.864.7039 or email@example.com.
Prior to joining Hicks Morley, Henry and Michael were all partners at Heenan Blaikie LLP.
As Canada’s leading law firm representing employers in all aspects of human resources law and advocacy, the addition of our three new partners reinforces Hicks Morley’s long-standing commitment to provide firm clients with unparalleled depth and experience in the areas of law in which we practice.
We are delighted to welcome Henry and Michael as partners in our firm. Both are leading practitioners in the field of labour and employment law and will be a great addition to the firm in helping us to continue to grow our practice.
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