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Welcome to our new lawyers in St. John’s

We are pleased to welcome litigation associates Meghan Foley, Sarah Hogan and Julie Morris to our St. John’s office. Meghan, Sarah and Julie will be a part of our litigation team, helping clients through every step of their files.

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Twila Reid, ICD.D, outlines employer responsibility for COVID-19 vaccines

September 20, 2021

St. John’s partner Twila Reid, ICD.D, will present a session on the complicated world of COVID-19 vaccines in the workplace. Hosted by the Newfoundland and Labrador Employers’ Council, this webinar will review accommodation issues, as…

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Firm securities lawyers explain how to manage difficult shareholders

September 15, 2021

In a webinar jointly presented by the Newfoundland and Labrador and Maritime chapters of the Institute of Corporate Directors, five Stewart McKelvey securities lawyers will speak on shareholders and member meetings. James Dickson, QC, P.Eng.,…

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Level Chan discusses potential issues for pension plan sponsors and administrators at upcoming webinar

September 14, 2021

During the Association of Canadian Pension Management national conference, Halifax partner Level Chan will speak in a workshop addressing the current and developing legal issues for pension plan sponsors and administrators. He will be joined…

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Chambers and Partners ranks 15 Firm lawyers in its Canada 2022 guide

September 10, 2021

In the seventh edition of Chambers Canada, 15 of our lawyers from across the region have been listed as leaders in the legal industry. Individuals are ranked in this publication based on an independent assessment…

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Sarah Almon receives Trust and Estate Practitioner designation

September 7, 2021

Halifax lawyer Sarah Almon has become a certified Trust and Estate Practitioner, following the completion of membership requirements for the Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners (“STEP”). A global network of professionals, STEP requires eligible…

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Labour and Employment webinar – Mandatory vaccinations: Calling the shots

September 3, 2021

Employers are navigating uncharted territory when it comes to COVID-19 vaccines, from employee health and safety, to workplace policies, privacy and human rights concerns, a panel of Firm lawyers sit down and explore the complicated…

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The Best Lawyers™ in Canada lists Firm lawyers as leaders in more than 40 practice areas

August 26, 2021

In the 16th edition of The Best Lawyers™ in Canada, 78 lawyers from Stewart McKelvey are listed as leaders in 44 different practice areas. Fifteen of these individuals have also been recognized as a Best Lawyers®…

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Stewart McKelvey introduces COVID-19 rapid testing to ensure a safe workplace

August 20, 2021

In an effort to enhance safety measures in our offices, the Firm has implemented a COVID-19 rapid test screening program, in partnership with Creative Destruction Lab and the Chambers of Commerce in Nova Scotia and…

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Stewart McKelvey honours National Day for Truth and Reconciliation, September 30

August 20, 2021

To focus on the importance of Indigenous history, Stewart McKelvey will close its six offices across Atlantic Canada Thursday, September 30, in recognition of the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation. Recently announced as a…

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Emily Cyr joins Fredericton office

July 29, 2021

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…

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