Represents trade unions and employee associations in all aspects of labour and employment law. Practice also focuses on human rights claims, pay and employment equity, and litigation under the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms. Regularly appears before arbitrators, federal and provincial labour relations tribunals, human rights tribunals, and all levels of the courts. Served as commission counsel to the Cornwall Public Inquiry. Is the co-author of Trade Union Law in Canada. Speaks regularly at conferences and seminars on labour and human rights law issues, including the duty to accommodate, employees’ use of social media, and collective bargaining. Is regularly on the faculty of Osgoode Professional Development’s certificate program in Human Rights Theory and Practice. Has been consistently recognized in The Canadian Legal Lexpert® Directory and by Best Lawyers in Canada as a leading practitioner in labour law and workplace human rights law. Is an active member of the Canadian Association of Labour Lawyers, The Advocates’ Society, and the Canadian Bar Association. Called to the Bar in both Ontario (1988) and Alberta (1982).