Dana F. Hooker has extensive experience in helping employers across a broad range of industries achieve success in managing the complexities of today’s workplace.

Dana advises and represents clients in a number of areas, including drafting employment agreements and workplace policies, termination of employees and employment litigation, breach of restrictive covenants and confidentiality provisions, breach of fiduciary duty, administration and application of collective agreements, occupational health and safety, workers’ compensation, human rights, privacy complaints and access to information requests, labour disputes, internal corporate investigations, defamation and reputation management, as well as transactional work.  

Dana has appeared before the Provincial Court and Supreme Court of British Columbia, the Workers’ Compensation Board, the Workers’ Compensation Appeal Tribunal, the British Columbia Human Rights Tribunal, the Office of the Information and Privacy Commissioner, and the British Columbia Labour Relations Board. She previously served as the Employment and Labour practice group manager at a prominent international firm, after also spending six years incorporating commercial litigation into her practice.

Dana is a prolific author and regularly speaks on employment and labour as well as privacy issues. In addition to being a staunch advocate for diversity and inclusion in the legal profession, she also provides pro bono services to not-for-profit organizations and start-up businesses.