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.
St. John’s partner Greg Moores will be formally inducted as a Fellow of the Canadian College of Construction Lawyers (“CCCL”), during an annual meeting in May, to be held virtually. The CCCL is comprised of…Read More
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…Read More
We are pleased to announce the appointment of new Managing Partners in our St. John’s, Charlottetown and Fredericton offices, effective January 1, 2021. Managing Partners play a significant leadership role in our local offices, entrusted…Read More
Charlottetown partner Geoffrey Connolly, QC, P.Eng., has been awarded an Engineers Canada Fellowship, in recognition of his service to the engineering profession. This organization supports the regulation of this profession and encourages individual and collective…Read More
Fredericton partner Hugh Cameron has been appointed Queen’s Counsel, as announced by the Lieutenant-Governor of New Brunswick, Brenda Murphy. Hugh joins 10 other recipients from across the province who demonstrate outstanding professional integrity, and have…Read More
Charlottetown partners Gary Demeulenaere and Sophie MacDonald have received Queen’s Counsel designations, as announced by Minister of Justice and Public Safety and Attorney General Bloyce Thompson: “Only those who have demonstrated excellence in their field…Read More