As Mr. Ball is author of a leading treatise in the area Canadian Employment Law,
published by Canada Law Book, he is routinely contacted by lawyers, employers and employees
across Canada for advice in the area of employment and labour law. His work has often been
favourably quoted and cited by superior courts in every province and the
Supreme Court of Canada.
Stacey Ball has extensive experience in the areas of wrongful dismissal, human rights,
restraint of trade and post employment competition, sexual harassment, fiduciary
workers' compensation, employment contracts, injunctions, and appellate advocacy.
While Mr. Ball attempts to settle or mediate employment cases whenever possible, this
is not always possible. Litigation is often necessary. As a litigator Mr. Ball has
successfully argued many of the leading employment law cases in Canada. Mr. Ball has
argued at all levels of court in Canada, including the Supreme Court of Canada, where he
has had both the Ontario and Manitoba Courts of Appeal reversed. See Wallace v.
(1997), 152 D.L.R. (4th) 1 (S.C.C.), reversing (1995), 102 Man. R. (3d) (161 (Man. C.A.);
and Machtinger v. HOJ Industries (1992), 91 D.L.R. (4th) (S.C.C.) reversing (1989),
55 D.L.R. (4th) 401 (Ont. C.A.).
Mr. Ball has appeared before tribunals and agencies relevant to employment law. In
these cases, he has successfully dealt with issues concerning human rights (including
sexual harassment), employment standards, workers' compensation, unemployment insurance,
and labour relations.
Mr. Ball is called to the bars of Ontario, Alberta and British Columbia.