Hicks Morley has once again been recognized in the Canadian Legal Lexpert® Directory. The firm ranked “Most Frequently Recommended” for labour relations in Toronto, “Consistently Recommended” for pensions and employee benefits in Toronto as well as labour relations in Ottawa, Kingston, Waterloo and London, and “Repeatedly Recommended” in the construction sector in Toronto.

As one of the fastest regions communities in Ontario, Kitchener-Cambridge-Waterloo has incredible deep civic roots and a smart strategic plan to invest in the future.
To accommodate the areas’ growing businesses and to show our commitment to the area, Hicks Morley is pleased to announce that it has relocated to a new state-of-the-art facility.

Starting Monday November 30th, we will be based out of the address below.
150 Caroline Street South
Suite 404, Waterloo
Ontario, N2L 0A5

Hicks Morley’s Kathryn Meehan authored an article in Canadian Employment Safety and Health Guide titled “Appellate Court Issues Favourable Decision for Suncor on its Random Drug and Alcohol Policy.” The article explores the legal saga on the issue of random drug and alcohol testing of employees. Specifically whether Suncor’s random drug and alcohol testing policy violated the privacy rights of its unionized workers.

Canadian HR Reporter quoted Hicks Morley’s Kathryn Meehan in an April 17, 2017 article titled “Do we need a law banning high heels?” The article explores gender discrimination in the workplace rooted in dress codes that require women to wear high heels…

Hicks Morley’s Kathryn Meehan was quoted in the February 19, 2013 edition of Canadian Labour Reporter in an article entitled, “Bosses need good reason to ban tattoos: Lawyers.”  The article discusses the recent award in Ottawa Hospital v CUPE. In this case, the Arbitrator had struck down the policy on tattoos and piercings and concluded…

Hicks Morley’s Kathryn Meehan was quoted in the October 4, 2010 edition of HR Professional Magazine in an article entitled “HR 101 – Responding to Union Mobilization”. In the article Kathryn discusses legal issues associated with union organizing drives. View Article