Biography Gregory Power is a labour and employment lawyer in Hicks Morley’s Toronto office but his practice extends nation-wide. He provides strategic, practical and cost-effective advice to employers from coast to coast on a variety of workplace issues.
In addition to appearing before arbitrators, labour boards, courts and human rights tribunals at both the provincial and federal levels, Gregory routinely provides advice on corporate transactions, restructuring and positive employee relations. He also serves as the chief spokesperson for local, national and multi-national corporations embroiled in collective bargaining and has successfully negotiated collective agreements in every province, primarily in the transportation, courier, auto, manufacturing and hospitality industries.
Prior to articling at Hicks Morley, Gregory was employed with the Newfoundland and Labrador Employers’ Council where he advised clients on matters relating to employment standards, labour law and workers’ compensation. He holds an LL.B from the University of New Brunswick, a Masters of Industrial Relations from the University of Toronto and a Bachelor of Commerce from Memorial University in Newfoundland.