Allyson M. Fischer steps up to Co-Chair 2017 Toronto Summit

Fischer and Darche

Co-Chair Allyson M. Fischer with Panelist Anne Darche at the 2016 Corporate State: Toronto Summit

Allyson M. Fischer, Partner at Hicks Morley, will reprise her Co-Chair role for the 2017 Corporate State: Toronto Summit to be held May 17, 2017. Allyson was a tireless Co-Chair for the 2016 Summit, bringing numerous new supporters on board, and we look forward to having her enthusiasm and voice once again in 2017!

As a litigation lawyer in Hicks Morley’s Toronto office, Allyson has conducted numerous trials, commercial arbitrations and hearings before various administrative tribunals, including the Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario. She has argued at all levels of Ontario courts including the Superior Court of Justice, Divisional Court and the Court of Appeal for Ontario, and has litigated cases in Alberta and Nova Scotia.

She routinely represents clients in: complex wrongful dismissal claims involving executive-level employees, detailed compensation plans, shareholder agreements and breaches by presidents and CEOs of their statutory duties; commercial disputes including partnership agreements, contracts and ownership of books of business; labour disputes including injunctive relief for picketing; wrongful competition matters including restrictive covenants, breach of confidence, fiduciary duties and good faith.

If you would like to be part of the May 17, 2017 Corporate State: Toronto Summit,
contact us: katherine@bedlamproductionsinc.com
or call us: 844.552.3130
Summit Photography by Tynan Studio

 

 

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