Tuesday December 12, 2017

BOYNECLARKE LLP Welcomes Peter Stanhope

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Peter StanhopeBOYNECLARKE LLP is pleased to welcome Peter Stanhope to the firm as Counsel. Peter joins our growing Business Law team.  He will be practicing primarily in Commercial Real Estate and Development, Business, Franchise, and Environmental Law.

As a graduate of Dalhousie University, Peter joins BOYNECLARKE LLP from Loblaw Companies Limited where he was the Senior Director, Legal Counsel. Prior to that, Peter was a Litigation Associate with McInnes Cooper.

“We are excited to have Peter as the newest addition to our team.  Peter is a great fit with our firm’s overall vision and culture.  He brings tremendous experience and adds depth, and diversity, to our Business Law team.  Peter’s extensive knowledge as in-house counsel working for Loblaws will be a valuable asset to both our lawyers and our clients” stated Managing Partner James D. MacNeil.

Peter is a member of the Canadian Bar Association, International Council of Shopping Centers, Law Society of Upper Canada, and is currently Vice President of Administration on the Halifax Minor Baseball Association’s board of directors.

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