Saint John partner Paul Harquail, ACIArb, elected Canadian Maritime Law Association president
Announced at the Canadian Maritime Law Association (“CMLA”) annual general meeting, Saint John partner Paul Harquail, ACIArb, has become the association’s national president, the first from New Brunswick.
Spanning 30 years, Paul’s practice focuses on maritime and transportation law, as well as insurance and corporate-based litigation, tax litigation and environmental law. His clients include P & I clubs, insurance and transportation companies, corporate and personal taxpayers, large corporate interests and companies in the resource/transportation-based industries. Chair of the Firm’s Maritime and Transportation Practice Group, Paul has been consistently recognized by a number of industry publications as a leader in maritime and environmental law.
Paul is a longstanding member of the CMLA, and has previously held the role of national, and eastern, vice-president, as well as chair of the Federal Court Act and Rules Committee.
We welcome Fredericton associate Emily Cyr to our corporate and commercial team. With a background in banking and government institutions, Emily will assist clients with debt financing, commercial contract negotiation and drafting, corporate reorganization as…Read More
Halifax partner Daniela Bassan, QC, will be giving a live, virtual lecture Monday, July 26 as part of the McGill University and Intellectual Property Institute of Canada summer courses. She will discuss fair dealing in…Read More
We congratulate Lynn Iding, CPHR, Director, Human Resources, on receiving a Canadian Certified Inclusion Professional designation. Given out by the Canadian Centre for Diversity and Inclusion, individuals who receive this certification must successfully complete an…Read More
We congratulate former Charlottetown articled clerks Laura Woodworth and Curtis Doyle on being called to the provincial bar recently. Laura will start her legal practice in our Halifax office, while Curtis will soon begin his…Read More
In an article for the University of New Brunswick Fredericton Faculty of Law Nexus Magazine, Erin Best shared what it was like to appear at the Supreme Court of Canada during a global pandemic. After…Read More
Earlier this morning, Halifax partner Mark Tector was interviewed on a number of CBC radio shows across the country about COVID-19 vaccinations in the workplace. Further to his interview back in January, Mark discussed whether…Read More
During the Canadian Lawyer LegalTech Summit event June 29, Chief Innovation Officer and Partner Paul Saunders will be part of the panel discussion, “Transforming the legal client experience and business process of running a law…Read More
Following bar admission ceremonies this afternoon, we are pleased to welcome four new lawyers to our offices in New Brunswick. Erica Chestnut and Leigh-Ellen Dunstan will join our Saint John team, while Mark Heighton will…Read More