Kacey Krenn

PartnerHarris & Company LLPEmployment

Kacey Krenn is a partner practicing employment and labour law at Harris & Company LLP, a labour and employment law boutique firm in Vancouver, B.C. Harris is the largest labour and employment firm in Western Canada. Ms. Krenn has particular expertise in human rights matters and has significant experience in the post-secondary and entertainment industries.

Kacey Krenn is a partner practicing employment and labour law at Harris & Company LLP, a labour and employment law boutique firm in Vancouver, B.C. Harris is the largest labour and employment firm in Western Canada. Ms. Krenn has particular expertise in human rights matters and has significant experience in the post-secondary and entertainment industries.

In her labour and employment law practice, she advises and represents private and public employers on all aspects of the employment relationship. In particular, she focuses on wrongful dismissal, discrimination claims, policy reviews, employment agreements, contracts, human rights and privacy issues. Kacey has experience with labour arbitration, human rights matters and general civil litigation.

She has appeared before the British Columbia Supreme Court and Court of Appeal, as well as the British Columbia Labour Relations Board, Canada Industrial Relations Board and British Columbia Human Rights Tribunal.

Kacey has a decade of experience working with small, medium and large federal and provincial clients, mostly in the film and television, high-tech and post-secondary sectors. Before joining Harris in 2006, she practised employment and labour law and commercial litigation at the Vancouver office of a national firm.

Education

  • Queen's University, LL.B., 2001
  • University of British Columbia, B.A., 1997

Bar Admission

  • British Columbia, 2002

Experience

  • Acted for film industry employers in proceedings before the BC Labour Relations Board regarding the inclusion of individuals in an industry-wide bargaining unit
  • Conducted an evaluation of employment positions across a large high-technology company to ensure compliance with employment standards legislation
  • Acted on behalf of an employer in successfully having a Human Rights Complaint dismissed
  • Acted on behalf of an employer in a complex common employer matter before the Labour Relations Board

Associations

  • Canadian Bar Association (Labour, Employment and Human Rights sections, B.C. Branch)
  • Human Resources Management Association