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Thursday January 2, 2020

BOYNECLARKE LLP Welcomes Three New Partners

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BOYNECLARKE LLP is pleased to announce that three of our lawyers have been admitted to the partnership, effective January 1, 2020. We congratulate Ian D. Brown, Alanna Mayne, TEP and Peter D. Stanhope.

Ian D. Brown is a member of our Business Law team, focusing on Labour and Employment Law.  He is a member of the bar in Nova Scotia and New Brunswick and has appeared before all levels of Court in Nova Scotia as well as the Labour Board, the Human Rights Commission, and the Workers’ Compensation Appeals Tribunal.

Alanna Mayne, TEP assists clients with corporate and commercial law, real estate, trust and estate planning, as well as franchise law. She has experience advising individuals, business owners and institutions on a range of business law matters.

Peter D. Stanhope is a member of our Business Law team and practices primarily in the areas of commercial real estate and development, business, franchise, and environmental law.

 “It is with great pleasure that we welcome Ian, Alanna and Peter to the partnership,” said BOYNECLARKE LLP’s Managing Partner, Jamie MacNeil. “They are outstanding lawyers and valued contributors to our firm. They will be a great addition to the partnership.

One of Atlantic Canada’s largest law firms, BOYNECLARKE LLP is a blend of personal, business, and institutional lawyers. BOYNECLARKE LLP is a member of TAGLaw, a worldwide alliance of independent law firms and one-third of the TAG Alliance.

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