Law Society of Ontario
Queen’s University, LL.B.
University of Toronto, B.A.
Canadian Bar Association
Ontario Bar Association
Liz has been practicing exclusively in the areas of Labour and Employment Law since 1991. She has a diverse practice with extensive experience advising and representing a broad range of employers before all levels of federal and provincial labour tribunals on issues covering the full scope of workplace law. Liz is counsel to a broad range of clients, from large multinational firms to small charitable organizations. Employers in a variety of sectors have come to rely on her advice and expertise in workplace law.
Liz has particular expertise in advising multinational corporations and institutions with regard to current labour and employment issues, corporate restructuring and terminations, as well as employment law due diligence in corporate transactions. Liz regularly advises employers at arbitration proceedings, collective bargaining negotiations, certification applications and in relation to terminations of both union and non-union employees. She is also a frequent speaker at conferences provided through the Canadian Institute, Lancaster House, the Law Society of Upper Canada and Infonex, and possesses a Certificate in Pensions Law.
Elizabeth Keenan presented a webinar entitled How Undue Hardships Effect Employers Rights re: Vaccine Requirements for the Ontario Motor Coach Association.
Elizabeth Keenan, Kyle MacIsaac, Andrew Reynolds and Gradin Tyler presented a webinar entitled Labour Pains: A Cross-Canada Update on New and Developing Issues in Labour Law.
Cheryl Edwards, Elizabeth Keenan and Jeremy Warning presented OHSA Bill 132 Amendments – OHS and Human Resources Implications, a Mathews Dinsdale Live Seminar.
Cheryl Edwards, Elizabeth Keenan and Jeremy Warning presented Ontario’s Action Plan on Sexual Violence and Harassment, a Mathews Dinsdale Live Seminar.