Dante is a labour and employment lawyer specializing in pensions, benefits, and executive compensation. Dante helps employers and plan administrators establish, maintain and administer benefits and pension plans and represents them in regulatory proceedings and claim-related disputes. He also assists plans with reviewing investment subscription agreements and service contracts, and advises on plan governance, texts and policies.
Dante provides full service in labour and employment matters, from employment agreements, policies, and equity compensation plans, to collective bargaining, workforce management, and dispute resolution. His ultimate goal in all matters is to develop an understanding of his client’s interests and help them reach practical, lasting resolutions as quickly as possible.
A former mathematics professor and, prior to that, professional Lego model builder, Dante takes joy in solving difficult technical problems, employing creativity within a framework, and explaining complex concepts to audiences of varying sophistication. In addition to his quantitative abilities, Dante brings focused thought, determination and dedication to his work.
Dante has interest in all things tech and innovation and has been leading practice re-engineering efforts in the labour and employment group at Stewart McKelvey. He is a passionate supporter of professional development, as a frequent author of thought leadership pieces, invited speaker on legal topics, and organizer of seminars, webinars and conferences.