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Mark Tector answers questions about the ability to require employees to take the COVID-19 vaccine

Halifax partner Mark Tector was interviewed recently on CBC’s Information Morning about what employers and employees should know about COVID-19 vaccines. He sheds light on whether or not workplaces can introduce a policy that makes the vaccine mandatory for employees, and how to address individuals who cannot get it due to a medical reason, or otherwise.

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Daniela Bassan, QC, appointed as chair of 2b theatre company

April 9, 2021

2b theatre company, recognized leader and innovator of original theatre productions on the national and international stage, has appointed Halifax partner Daniela Bassan, QC, as its board chair. Daniela takes on this role after serving…

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Associate Joel Reed rejoins Saint John office

April 1, 2021

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…

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Daniela Bassan, QC, provides innovative ideas for a post-pandemic world

March 23, 2021

In a recent blog post for The Bretton Woods Committee, Halifax partner Daniela Bassan, QC, writes about innovation as the pathway for business recovery as COVID-19 vaccines are rolled out across the world. Daniela suggests…

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Welcome Moncton associate Jordan Dickinson

March 18, 2021

Jordan Dickinson has joined our Moncton office as the newest associate. With experience working on a variety of financing and mergers and acquisitions matters in the corporate space, Jordan will assist clients in such areas…

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Associate Joseph Ur joins Halifax office

March 17, 2021

We welcome our newest Halifax associate, Joseph Ur, to the Firm. Originally from Halifax, Joe joins us after practicing at a national firm in Toronto since 2018. Joe’s practice focuses on general corporate and commercial…

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Lydia Bugden, QC, discusses her journey to becoming CEO & Managing Partner on UNB Law Podcast

March 15, 2021

In the latest episode of the UNB Law Podcast, Chief Executive Officer and Managing Partner Lydia Bugden, QC, talks to Dean Michael Marin about the successes and setbacks in her life and professional career that…

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COVID-19 update: St. John’s office reopening to the public March 15

March 12, 2021

In light of the improving COVID-19 situation in Newfoundland and Labrador, our St. John’s office will reopen to the public beginning Monday, March 15. With lockdown restrictions beginning to loosen, we will be reopening at…

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Two associates join St. John’s office

March 11, 2021

We welcome Robert Bradley and Sarah Pinsent as the newest associates in St. John’s. Originally from Newfoundland and Labrador, Robert moved from the Stewart McKelvey Saint John office to continue his practice in construction, litigation…

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Fredericton partner Sheila Lanctôt discusses COVID-19 vaccine requirements in the workplace

February 25, 2021

In a recent interview for CTV News Atlantic, partner Sheila Lanctôt shares some insights on whether an employer can require medically-eligible workers to receive the COVID-19 shot. While this issue has not yet been in…

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Divya Subramanian shares her journey to becoming a lawyer at a Canadian Bar Association event

February 19, 2021

The Canadian Bar Association Nova Scotia Branch Law Students Section and Young Lawyers Section have partnered with Global Lawyers Canada (Atlantic Branch) to present a virtual networking event, Monday, February 22 beginning at 6:00 p.m.…

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