Shafic is an Associate in the Business Law team. He was raised in Nova Scotia around small family businesses. Prior to becoming a lawyer, he worked for government and in private roles that centered around business and industrial development. These roles shaped his understanding of the economic and regulatory realities faced by entrepreneurs and leaders of both large and small enterprises.
Shafic ultimately aims to help his clients achieve quality and efficient solutions to their pressing legal and business needs.
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.”Read full article
Recently, governments have started to ease restrictions and, as a result, healthcare providers have started opening their doors for in-person treatments. We asked chiropractor Dr. Liam Ryan a few questions about the clinic Nova Physiotherapy and how it is operating during this time.Read full article
The COVID-19 pandemic has disrupted many of the activities and routines in people’s daily lives. We asked chiropractor Kate MacAdam at Dr. MacAdam and Associates a few questions about her clinic and how it is operating during this time.Read full article
If you suffered minor injuries from a motor vehicle collision, Nova Scotia law sets a limit for the amount you can be awarded for your pain and suffering. This limit depends on the year in which the collision happened.Read full article
Recovering from an injury is by itself difficult enough. But in the aftermath of an injury, you may also need to deal with multiple other personal issues caused by your injuries.Read full article