BA (McGill), LLB (Queen’s), of the Bar of Ontario
Johanna Braden’s practice includes professional negligence cases, securities litigation, employment law, commercial disputes and health law. She often acts for clients who are faced with the difficult task of managing regulatory and civil litigation issues at the same time.
Ms Braden’s practice includes providing advice and assistance to administrative tribunals, including the discipline and fitness to practice committees of many regulated professions, as well as hospital boards holding hearings regarding physicians’ privileges. She acts as independent legal counsel to these tribunals, and has also represented such bodies in court and in administrative proceedings.
Her employment law practice includes advising and assisting both employees and employers, especially on issues surrounding non-competition and non-solicitation clauses in employment law agreements.
Prior to joining Stockwoods, Ms Braden served as a law clerk at the Ontario Court of Appeal.
Johanna attended McGill University (B.A. First Class Honours, 1993) and law school at Queen’s University (LL.B., 1996). She was admitted to the Ontario Bar in 1998.
She is a member of The Advocates’ Society, the Canadian Bar Association, and the Toronto Lawyers Association, and the Women’s Legal Education and Action Fund.