Lily Harmer applies her many years of experience in complex commercial and administrative matters to effectively help her clients manage and resolve legal issues. She works hard to obtain cost effective results which best meet her clients’ needs.
- University of Toronto, Faculty of Law, LL.B., 1989
- Obtained Chartered Accountant Designation, 1984
- Queen’s University School of Business, Bachelor of Commerce (Hons.), 1981
- INSOL International
- Ontario Bar Association
- The Advocates’ Society
- Canadian Association of Labour Lawyers
* Practising as a professional corporation.
Lily acts for clients involved in complex insolvency proceedings, advises on pension matters, prosecutes and defends professionals and others in discipline and related matters, and is regularly engaged in resolving more general commercial disputes. Lily assists many of her clients to navigate complex regulatory regimes.
Awards and Honours
Recognized in 2021 by Best Lawyers in Canada for Administrative and Public Law
Publications and Presentations
- “Pension Plan Governance for Multi-Employer Pension Plans – Canadian Issues”, 2000 Travel Trades Trust Fund Educational Conference, Honolulu, November 2000
- “Pension Benefits on Purchase and Sale of a Business”, CBAO Continuing Education: Retirement at Age 55 and Other Myths: Dispelling the Mystery About Pensions, May 2000
- “Harassment & Discipline”, Centre for Labour-Management Development seminar: Your Guide to Discipline & Discharge in the Unionized Workplace, December 1997
- “The Right to Strike: Charter Implications and Interpretations”, 1989 University of Toronto Faculty of Law Review