Kate McNeill-Keller is a partner in the firm’s Labour & Employment Group in Toronto. Kate represents federally- and provincially-regulated employers, in both the private and public sectors, in all aspects of labour and employment-related issues including employment standards compliance, wrongful dismissal litigation, labour arbitrations and collective bargaining, human rights and accessibility matters, and labour and employment issues arising in corporate transactions. Kate provides day-to-day strategic advice to her clients, as well as training, drafting and policy development expertise.She routinely acts as an investigator on workplace discrimination and harassment matters, and frequently speaks on workplace issues. Her clients carry on business in a wide range of sectors, including government, retail, post-secondary education, social services, communications, financial services, energy, technology, manufacturing, and consumer packaged goods. Kate is co-author of A Legal Guide to the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act, 2005, published by Canada Law Book. Kate received her JD from Michigan State University College of Law in 2005 and her LLB from the University of Ottawa Law School in 2006. She was called to the NY Bar in 2006 and the Ontario Bar in 2007.
Year Called to the Bar:
2007 (Ontario); 2006 (New York)
Workplace Human Rights - Employer