Associate Joel Reed rejoins Saint John office
We are pleased to welcome Saint John associate Joel Reed back to the Firm. With experience working as in-house counsel on the strategic aspects of business transactions, Joel’s perspectives goes beyond purely legal considerations. He will be assisting clients with matters involving banking and financing, commercial transactions/agreements, corporate formation/reorganization, mergers and acquisitions, as well as tax law.
Partners Robert Dysart, Sacha Morisset and Richard Petrie, along with associates Tanya Butler, TEP and Erin Hardy, will be speaking at The Canadian Bar Association New Brunswick branch Mid-Winter Meeting, Thursday, February 5 – Saturday, February 7, in Fredericton, New Brunswick. Moncton partner…Read More
Associate Lana MacLellan will be outlining changes to the Temporary Foreign Worker Program during a Canadian Pension & Benefits Institute national webinar, Thursday, January 29. The Temporary Foreign Worker Program was a large topic of discussion in 2014…Read More
Halifax partner Richard Niedermayer, TEP, will be presenting a seminar for the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Nova Scotia, Wednesday, January 28. Entitled “Estate and Probate Planning – Using Trusts Tax Efficiently”, Richard’s seminar will review trusts,…Read More
Charlottetown partner Gary Demeulenaere will be speaking on a panel, Tuesday, January 20, at the session “Best Practices for your Business: Receivable, Credit, and Collections.” Gary will be joined by Blair Corkum from Corkum Financial and Krista…Read More
Halifax-based partner Nancy Rubin, QC, is speaking at Nash 77 – Canada’s student journalism conference in Ottawa on Thursday, January 15. For her Thursday afternoon session, “How to Write the Story Without Getting Sued” Nancy…Read More
John MacDonell will take a one year leave of absence from the firm to assume the role of Chief of Staff to the Honourable Erin O’Toole, federal Minister of Veteran Affairs, commencing January 21. John…Read More