Canadian Lawyer Magazine quoted Hicks Morley’s Julia Nanos in a July 3, 2018 article titled “Retailers squeezed by new rules.” The article discusses how some of the new laws implemented in Ontario, such as calculations for holiday pay and equal pay for equal work are affecting restaurants and retailers.

The Fall 2017 issue of OMHRA’s ECHO newsletter features two articles by Hicks Morley lawyers. Stephanie Jeronimo, Julia Nanos and Elizabeth Winter authored “Bill 148 Changes to the ESA – Are You Prepared?” which explores the key changes that Bill 148 – the Fair Workplaces, Better Jobs Act, 2017 will bring to employers…

Hicks Morley’s Stephanie Jeronimo and Julia Nanos co-authored two articles in the summer edition of ECHO, a newsletter published by the Ontario Municipal Human Resources Association. In the first article, entitled “New ESA Provisions now in Effect (Don’t Forget about the Posters!)“, the new rules are reviewed and the impact they will have on municipal employers. In…

Hicks Morley’s Stephanie Jeronimo and Julia Nanos co-authored an article in the winter edition of ECHO, a newsletter published by the Ontario Municipal Human Resources Association. In the article, entitled “Off-Duty Social Media Posts by Employees can be Cause for Discipline – Including Discharge” three recent arbitrations are examined, where the grievors had been discharged for off-duty posts…

An article by Hicks Morley’s Julia Nanos was published in the November 2012 issue of The CBA National Labour and Employment Law Section Newsletter. In the article entitled, “‘Non-construction employer’ declaration provision of Ontario’s Labour Relations Act, 1995 does not infringe the Charter: ONCA”, Julia comments on a recent Ontario Court of Appeal decision concerning…

Hicks Morley is pleased to announce the hiring of six new associates. Working out of the firm’s Toronto office are Jacqueline Luksha, Samantha Crumb, Julia Nanos, Mitchell Smith and Andrea Yau. Working out of the firm’s Waterloo office is Melissa Roth.