Liz retired from the firm effective April 30, 2017. Her practice is being continued by other lawyers in the firm as follows:
- Labour and Human Rights: Please contact Kate Hughes
- Professional Regulation: Please contact Shaun O'Brien
- Pay Equity: Please contact Jan Borowy
- Employment Law: Please contact Stephen Moreau
Liz can be contacted at email@example.com
As a senior member of the firm, Liz practiced civil and administrative law with particular expertise in labour and employment law, human rights, occupational health and safety, and health care. She has been recognized by her peers as one of the "Best lawyers in Canada" in the practice areas of labour, employment and human rights. In 2006, she was selected by the Law Society of Upper Canada as a recipient of the Law Society Medal. In 2007 she was inducted into the American College of Trial Lawyers and in 2013 she was inducted into The College of Labor and Employment Lawyers. In 2010, Liz was honoured by LEAF as one of 15 women lawyers who have made difference for women and girls in Canada.
Liz represented Mayor Hazel McCallion at the Mississauga Inquiry and in the subsequent conflict of interest proceeding. In 2008 she was counsel at the inquest into the murder of nurse Lori Dupont and the suicide of Dr. Marc Daniel at Hotel Dieu Grace Hospital, in Windsor, a case that has led to significant amendments to the Occupational Health and Safety Act regarding violence in the workplace. Liz acted as counsel to interested parties before the Grange Inquiry into deaths at the Hospital for Sick Children and the SARS Commission conducted by Justice Campbell. Liz is well known for her work representing nurses and other professionals in a wide range of settings, including professional discipline/regulation, medical malpractice, inquests, inquiries and criminal proceedings.