Kate E. Ross
Kate was called to the bar in 2015 and joined Barteaux in 2018, practicing exclusively in labour and employment law. Prior to joining Barteaux, she maintained a busy general practice in a small rural firm.
In addition to practicing in the areas of Family, Property and Wills and Estates, Kate focused on supporting employers and small business owners by drafting employment contracts and policies, as well as providing advice during terminations.
During her articles, Kate had a general practice with a focus on criminal law and acted as an agent for the Public Prosecution Service of Canada. She has appeared before the Provincial Court, Small Claims Court and Supreme Court on various matters. In addition, in 2019 Kate appeared before the Supreme Court of Canada in a case involving the duty of good faith in employment and contractual interpretation of incentive-based compensation agreements.