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Hicks Morley is thrilled to announce that four of the firm’s lawyers have been recognized as the country’s “Leading Lawyers” in The 2018 Lexpert®/American Lawyer Guide to the Leading 500 Lawyers in Canada. Congratulations to Henry Dinsdale and Stephen Shamie for once again being profiled, and to David Bannon and John Brooks for their debut feature in this prestigious guide for their distinguished expertise in Labour Law.

Hicks Morley’s Catherine Peters participated in a panel discussion titled, “Reasonable Accommodation? Necessary or Not?” on The Agenda with Steve Paikin on March 30, 2017. Catherine and her fellow panelists spoke about accommodating student mental health issues on post-secondary campuses. “Accommodation is about leveling the playing field,” Catherine explained, “not about creating unfair advantage.” View video

Hicks Morley’s Christopher Riggs will deliver the convocation address and be presented with an honorary Doctor of Laws (honoris causa) degree from The University of Guelph on Saturday, October 19, 2013. The University of Guelph’s news release acknowledges some of Christopher’s accomplishments including practicing labour and employment law for more than four decades, making contributions…

Hicks Morley’s Amy Tibble was quoted in the June 13, 2011 edition of The Toronto Star‘s online section, MoneyVille. In an article entitled “Top civil servants lose their perks,” Amy discusses how the limits issued by the Ontario Public Service Perquisites Directive, regarding non-business related perks, may lead public sector organizations to rethink how to…