Casey (Catherine) is an Associate with Mathews Dinsdale’s Toronto office where she practices labour and employment law. She represents management in both unionized and non-unionized workplaces by providing practical advice and skilled advocacy.
Casey advises on all workplace matters, including wrongful dismissal actions; grievances and arbitrations; union organizing and labour board applications; human rights applications; and workplace health and safety prosecutions. She represents employers in proceedings before the courts, labour arbitrators, labour relations boards and human rights tribunals.
Casey was called to the Ontario Bar in 2016 after she graduated from law school and completed her articles with the firm. While at law school, Casey was selected to complete a legal internship at the International Labour Organization, an agency of the United Nations. She also worked as Staff Editor for the Western Journal of Legal Studies.
Western University, Faculty of Law, London, Ontario, J.D., 2015
Queen’s University, Kingston, Ontario, B.Ed., 2012
Queen’s University, Kingston, Ontario, B.A. (Hons.), 2010
Law Society of Upper Canada (Ontario), 2016
Canadian Bar Association
Ontario Bar Association
Grievances and Arbitration
Wrongful Dismissal Actions
Occupational Health and Safety
Union Organizing and Applications for Certification
Discipline and Termination of Employment
Judicial Review and Appellate Matters
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