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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.

Hicks Morley is pleased to announce that Shivani Chopra has joined the firm as an associate in our Toronto office. Shivani is an experienced litigator who has spent a decade in courts tenaciously representing clients on employment, corporate/commercial litigation, and civil litigation matters. We would also like to extend a very special congratulations to Shivani on being a recipient of a 2017 Lexpert Zenith Award: Celebrating Women in Law.

The Globe and Mail quoted Hicks Morley’s Scott Thompson in a June 22, 2017 article titled “Radiohead stage-collapse case in jeopardy amid court delays.” As one of the defense lawyers in the case where a stage collapsed at an outdoor Radiohead concert, Scott Thompson said they will be bringing an application to have the charges thrown out over unreasonable court delays…

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 once again ranked #1 in Canada in the field of Labour and Employment Law in Best Lawyers® in Canada, 2017. Hicks Morley has more listed lawyers in the area of Labour and Employment Law than any other firm in Canada. Hicks Morley lawyers have also been listed in the Employee Benefits Law, the Privacy and Data Security Law and the Workers’ Compensation Law sections…