Employment Law and Wrongful Dismissal Lawyer
Stacey Reginald Ball, Barrister & Solicitor has spent his entire career in the practice of employment and labour law, as well as civil litigation. Considered to be one of Canada’s leading experts in the field of employment & labour law, Stacey is also author of the definitive and authoritive text – Canadian Employment Law.
As a lawyer of the firm of Ball Professional Corporation he has acted as counsel in numerous leading Canadian employment law decisions at all levels of our judicial system, including the Supreme Court of Canada, where he has had Federal, Ontario and Manitoba Court of Appeals reversed.
The following cites additional information related to Stacey Ball's bar admissions, contributions to the community and legal profession, his writings and teaching:
Mr. Ball is called to the Ontario, Alberta and British Columbia bars.
Mr. Ball is a member of the Canadian Bar Association.
Mr. Ball has an academic appointments at Osgoode Hall Law school and the Faculty of Law of the University of Western Ontario, where he has been an adjunct professor and part time faculty member.
Chaired and presented at numerous Continuing Legal Education programmes for the Canadian Bar Association of Ontario and the Law Society of Upper Canada - Ontario.
Former Executive member of Labour section of C.B.A.O.
Former member of C.L.E. (education) Main Committee of C.B.A.O.
Mr. Ball has been recognized by professional peer review as a top employment lawyer and one of Canada’s best employment lawyers. Lexpert and Lexpert/American Lawyer have both recognized Mr. Ball in this regard.
On any evaluation metric he is professionally regarded as one of the top employment lawyers in Canada. His treatise, Canadian Employment Law, cites over 7000 cases, and has been cited in approximately 200 employment law decisions across Canada, in every province in Canada, and by the Supreme Court of Canada. He has been winning counsel in some of the most important cases in Canada at the Supreme Court of Canada level, such as Wilson v. AECL, 2016 SCC 29; Wallace v. U.G.G.  3 S.C.R. 701 and Machtinger v. HOJ (1992), 40 C.C.E.L. 1 (S.C.C.). He has taught as a part time employment law professor at both Osgoode Hall Law School and the University of Western Ontario Faculty of Law. No Canadian employment lawyer has comparable credentials.
Mr. Ball receives referrals from law firms across Canada. It is not surprising that many lawyers and law firms have chosen Mr. Ball to be their employment law counsel.
Mr. Ball is called to the bars of Ontario, Alberta and British Columbia.