Mornelle advises and represents both public- and private-sector employers on a wide range of employment issues including wrongful dismissal claims, employment standards, workplace safety and insurance, employment contracts, human rights and accommodation, harassment complaints, class actions and related court litigation.
Avleen Banwait is currently completing her JD degree at Windsor Law. She received her Bachelor of Arts, with an Honours Specialization in Political Science from Western University. During her undergraduate career, Avleen excelled at collegiate business case competitions and mock trials. In Law School, Avleen continues to practice her advocacy skills through various mediation competitions and moots including the BLG/ Cavalluzzo Labour Arbitration moot, in which she was awarded the distinction of Top Oralist.
Evon Gayle, a lawyer with Hicks Morley’s Waterloo office, provides advice to employers and management in both the private and public sectors on human resources issues. The includes grievance arbitrations, wrongful dismissal actions, human rights and accommodation, employment standards and labour disputes.
Lesley provides practical advice and representation to employers and management in both the private and public sector on a wide-range of labour, employment, and human rights issues. Having previously worked as a general civil litigator, Lesley is uniquely positioned to quickly understand client issues, formulate a fulsome plan of action, and zero in on a real solution that reflects a client’s unique business needs.
Jennifer provides advice and representation to employers and management in both the private and public sector on labour, employment and human rights issues.
Sean provides strategic advice and representation to both private and public sector employers on a wide variety of labour, employment, and human rights and accommodation issues.
Kayley has completed her second year of the Dual J.D. program at the University of Windsor and the University of Detroit Mercy School of Law. Prior to law school, Kayley received a Bachelor of Arts in Media, Information and Techno-culture from the University of Western Ontario. Kayley is the Online Editor of Detroit Mercy’s Law Review and is President of Phi Alpha Delta Law Fraternity at the University of Detroit Mercy.
Ashlee 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, including grievance arbitrations, collective bargaining, labour disputes, occupational health and safety, human rights and accommodation and employment standards.
Jordan advises clients in a wide variety of labour and employment matters. This includes labour disputes, grievance arbitrations, wrongful dismissals and related litigation and human rights and accommodation issues.
Sunny provides advice and representation to both federally and provincially regulated employers on a wide range of labour and employment issues including; employment standards, employment agreements, separation packages, labour arbitration, labour board proceedings, collective bargaining, health and safety, restrictive covenants, insolvency and restructuring, human rights and accessibility.