Welcoming Renee Roy to our Family Law Group

Ross & McBride is pleased to welcome Renee Roy as Associate Counsel to our Family Law practice.

Employment law: Different treatment not necessarily discrimination

One-standard-fits-all approach does not help us move forward toward a society that embraces true equality, writes Ed Canning.

Wade Poziomka named one of 2022’s Leading Lawyers Under 40

Wade Poziomka, a partner in our Human Rights, Labour, and Employment Practice Group has been selected as one of 2022’s Leading Lawyers Under 40 by Lexpert Rising Stars.

Legal Matters: Trans and gender-nonconforming persons’ rights to use public washrooms

Everyone has the right to define their own gender identity. Gender identity is each person’s internal experience of gender. It’s how someone feels as a man, woman, both, neither or anywhere along the gender spectrum. A person’s gender identity could be the same or different from the sex they were assigned at birth.

Ross & McBride named one of Canada’s Best Law Firms 2023

Ross & McBride has been recognized on The Globe and Mail’s list of Canada’s Best Law Firms 2023, with distinction in the area of Human Rights Law.

Legal Matters: Can unionized workers sue their employer?

Unionized employees are largely shut out of the courts and must seek recourse for workplace wrongs through their union, which is the gatekeeper of the grievance process. 

Stigmatizing mental-health issues costly for car dealership

We would like to think a toxic work environment is a rarity in this day and age. Unfortunately, that is not the case, writes Ed Canning.

Legal Matters: What is enhanced auto insurance coverage?

If you’re seriously injured in a motor vehicle accident, the costs of treatment and rehabilitation services needed to recover stack up quickly. As such, the benefits of having this enhanced coverage become obvious as the cost of living and costs of care continue to rise.

Legal Matters: What can I do to ensure my children and their friends are safe on Halloween night?

With children gearing up for a night full of trick-or-treating, there are a number of steps we as parents can take to ensure for the safety of our small ghouls and goblin.

Constructive dismissal claims tricky

In a courtroom, the onus is on an employee to prove on a balance of probabilities they have been constructively dismissed. Success is not assured, writes Ed Canning.