Hicks Morley’s Sukhvinder Dulay and Caitlin Morin authored an article in the Employment and Labour Law Reporter titled “B.C. Tribunal Finds That Reduced Benefits for Employees over Age 65 under Employer’s Benefit Plan Is Not Discriminatory.”

Benefits Canada quoted Hicks Morley’s Sukhvinder Dulay in a December 6, 2019 article titled “B.C. Tribunal Finds Reduced Benefits for Older Workers Not Age Discrimination.” The article discusses a recent decision by the British Columbia Human Rights Tribunal which dismissed a complaint from a Molson Coors Beverage Co. retiree who alleged the company’s employee benefits plan was discriminatory on the basis of age.

The Summer 2019 issue of OMHRA’s ECHO newsletter features two articles authored by Hicks Morley lawyers. In the article “Advanced Planning Required by Municipalities to Respond to New Changes to OMERS,” Natasha Monkman and Sukhvinder Dulay discuss how Ontario Municipal Employees’ Retirement System participating employers will need to plan in advance to respond to the changes that will be made effective on January 1, 2021…

LexisNexis Canada’s The Lawyer’s Daily published an article authored by Hicks Morley’s Sukhvinder Dulay titled, “Benefits Plans and Medical Cannabis — to Cover or not to Cover.” In this article, Sukhvinder reviews whether the current health and benefits plans provide reimbursement for cannabis products used for therapeutic or medical purposes.

Meet Hicks Morley’s newest Pensions and Benefits and Labour and Employment lawyers. Practising out of the firm’s Toronto office are associates Sukhvinder Dulay and Joseph Marcus.