Stephen Moreau, a partner with the Toronto firm Cavalluzzo LLP, focuses on litigation, labour and employment law and class actions.
After receiving his Bachelor of Laws from the University of Manitoba in 2001, Mr. Moreau earned his Master of Laws from the University of Toronto in 2004. He was called to the Ontario Bar in 2002.
Focusing on employment law, civil litigation, class actions and professional regulation, Mr. Moreau’s practice involves all industries and sectors, including health, technology, entertainment, financial services, and those employed in public service.
Being bilingual allows Mr. Moreau to assist his clients, including chiropractors, Crown counsel, nurses, lawyers, and police officers, in civil litigation and regulatory matters in both French and English.
He has represented unions, employees, and administrative agencies in litigation before courts, arbitrators, and numerous tribunals and agencies.
In addition, he has appeared in all levels of court in Ontario, Manitoba, and Nova Scotia, the Saskatchewan Court of Appeal, the Federal Court, the Federal Court of Appeal, and the Supreme Court of Canada.
At the University of Manitoba, Mr. Moreau was awarded the University Gold Medal, worked for Legal Aid, and was an associate editor of the Manitoba Law Journal.
After finishing his studies, he clerked at the Supreme Court of Canada for Madam Justices L'Heureux-Dubé and Deschamps.
He was subsequently employed as legal counsel at the Law Branch of the Supreme Court and won a Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada Graduate Fellowship the following year to study public law, human rights, and the Charter of Rights and Freedoms.
Mr. Moreau is a member of the Canadian and Ontario Bar Associations, the Canadian Association of Labour Lawyers, the Advocates Society, and the Association des juristes d'expression française de l’Ontario.