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HR Law blog post discussing workplace harassment republished on Canadian Employment Law Today

Human Rights and Workplace Bullying: In a word: “unacceptable”, by Lisa Gallivan and Alison Strachan, has been reproduced on the news section of the Canadian Employment Law Today website.

This blog post, originally published May 26, outlines a recent British Columbia Human Rights Tribunal case of workplace harassment and bullying based on human rights protected characteristics.

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November 7, 2019

Practice Innovation Partner Paul Saunders has received a Lexpert Rising Star: Leading Lawyer Under 40 Award, recognizing his role as a trailblazer in the legal landscape across Canada. Upon being admitted to the Stewart McKelvey…

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Chatelaine magazine names Candace L. Thomas, QC, one of 13 women who rocked 2019

November 6, 2019

In the December 2019 issue of Chatelaine, Halifax partner Candace L. Thomas, QC, has been listed among the 13 Women Who Rocked 2019. These women of the year consist of athletes, environmentalists, record-breakers and others…

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Marc Reardon and Michelle Black provide insight into the business of law

October 30, 2019

Halifax partner Marc Reardon and associate Michelle Black will present to Dalhousie University Schulich School of Law students tomorrow, October 31, at a Law+ session. During their presentation, Marc and Michelle will discuss the differences…

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Paul Saunders shares organizational tips for law students

October 21, 2019

As part of a Dalhousie University Law+ session tomorrow, October 22, Practice Innovation Partner Paul Saunders will be speaking to law school students on how to get and stay organized. He will review the basics…

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Andrew Fraser, QC, selected as Fellow of Litigation Counsel of America

October 18, 2019

Halifax partner Andrew Fraser, QC, has been selected to become a Fellow of the Litigation Counsel of America (“LCA”). The LCA is a trial lawyer honourary society whose membership is limited to less than half…

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Stewart McKelvey celebrates four bar admissions

October 11, 2019

Following provincial bar call ceremonies this morning, we congratulate and welcome associates Kara Harrington and Matthew Jacobs to our St. John’s team. We also welcome and congratulate associates Jennifer Thompson and Brendan Sheridan, who join…

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Stewart McKelvey among business and community leaders to gift 2,000 students with tickets to Obama event

October 9, 2019

Stewart McKelvey is pleased to join fellow Future Leaders sponsors, comprised of businesses and community leaders across the region, to gift 2,000 tickets to students free of charge for “A Conversation with President Barack Obama”,…

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Conor O’Neil receives Professional Engineer designation

October 4, 2019

Associate Conor O’Neil has recent become a Professional Engineer in the Province of New Brunswick. This designation is given to those who have graduated with a Bachelor of Engineering degree or similar from a Canadian…

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Sacha Morisset reviews legal developments and trends in labour and employment law

October 3, 2019

During a conference hosted by the Université de Moncton, partner Sacha Morisset will speak tomorrow to human resources professionals from universities around the region about recent labour and employment legal trends. He will discuss such…

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How can managing partners adapt to the current business environment?

October 2, 2019

In a recent Canadian Bar Association National Magazine blog article, practice innovation partner Paul Saunders was quoted on the issue of billable hours versus fixed fees in today’s legal landscape. “Clients increasingly seek non-hourly billing…

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