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Personal

Our practice areas under Personal are those that affect and impact you and your family’s lives. Whether you are buying and selling your home, have been injured in an accident, need estate planning or are dealing with family matters, we understand the legal issues associated with these areas of law.

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Accident & Personal Injury Law
Assisted Reproduction – Surrogacy, Fertility & Sperm Donation
Canadian Immigration
Criminal Law
Employment & Labour
Estate Administration
Estate Litigation
Family Law
Immigration
Military Law
Real Estate Law
Record Suspensions
Wills, Trusts & Incapacity Planning

Business

Our practice areas under Business are those that impact businesses of all sizes. Our lawyers are eager to accept a challenge, chart a new course and stand up for what they believe. Groundbreaking business and litigation work conducted at the firm attests to that. We bring fresh ideas to solve legal issues. Whether you’re in Dartmouth or anyplace else in Atlantic Canada, our lawyers are ready to serve you.

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Business Litigation
Business Operations
Charity, Non-Profit & Tax-Exempt Entities
Commercial Real Estate & Development
Commercial Transactions
Construction & Projects
Corporate Governance
Employment & Labour
Expropriation
Film & Entertainment
Franchise Law
Government Relations
Insolvency & Restructuring
Intellectual Property
Media Law
Mortgage Enforcement & Collections
Professional Regulation
Taxation

Recent News and Blog Posts

Blog Post | Friday November 20, 2020

Manitoba Required to Expand their Definition of Parent

Authored by: Terrance G. Sheppard Posted in: Family Law

The Manitoba Court of Queen’s Bench declared that the current definition of “parent” and related provisions in Manitoba’s Family Maintenance Act violate the equality rights guaranteed under the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms.

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Blog Post | Friday October 9, 2020

Cellphones and distracted driving: “Keep your hands where I can see them”

Authored by: Shafic A. Khouri Authored by: David S.R. Parker Posted in: Personal Injury

The Nova Scotia Motor Vehicle Act states that “it is an offence for a person to use a hand-held cellular telephone or engage in text messaging on any communications device while operating a vehicle.”

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News | Monday September 14, 2020

Kathryn A. Raymond Q.C. inducted into the Atlantic Chapter of the Canadian Academy of Distinguished Neutrals

Atlantic Chapter of the Canadian Academy of Distinguished Neutrals

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