Ryan provides practical, real world advice and representation to employers and management in both the private and public sector on a wide range of labour and employment issues, including wrongful dismissal actions, labour disputes, health and safety, construction labour relations, collective bargaining, workers’ compensation, employment standards, and human rights.
Rayaz provides advice to employers and management in both the private and public section on a wide range of labour and employment issues.
Fatimah Khan completed her second year of the J.D. program at Osgoode Hall Law School. She received her Honours Bachelor of Arts with High Distinction in International Relations, Employment Relations, and Political Science at the University of Toronto. During her undergraduate career, Fatimah debated competitively with the Hart House Debate Club. Fatimah has also completed graduate studies in Industrial Relations and Human Resources during which she first developed an interest in employment and labour law.
Stephanie advises public and private sector employers on a range of labour and employment issues, with a focus on human rights and accommodation, workplace harassment, wrongful dismissal defence litigation, employment standards, employment contracts and workplace policies.
David is a labour and employment lawyer at Hicks Morley’s Toronto office. He advises public and private sectors employers on a variety of labour and employment issues, with a particular focus on wrongful dismissal defence litigation, human rights, accommodation, grievances, collective bargaining, employment contracts and employment standards.
Joseph’s practice includes providing strategic advice and representation to public and private sector employers on a wide range of labour relations and employment law issues.
Alisha provides advice and representation to employers and management in both the private and public sectors on a wide-range of labour, employment and human rights issues.
Sean advises public and private sector employers, administrative tribunals and governmental committees on a wide range of litigation, pension, constitutional law, administrative law and labour and employment matters.
As a pension and benefits lawyer, Natasha regularly advises both public and private sector employers regarding the design, funding, administration, and governance of their employee benefit plans and pension plans, including in the context of corporate transaction matters. Natasha is also currently the Chair of the Ontario Region Council of the Canadian Pension and Benefits Institute.
Mark’s practice includes arbitration advocacy, employment litigation, human rights proceedings and the entire spectrum of collective bargaining, including interest arbitrations and strike management. Mark advises a variety of public and private sector employers and brings a practical and solution-focused approach to the legal services he provides.