|University ||University of New Brunswick, B.A., 1992|
|Law School||University of New Brunswick, LL.B., 1995|
|Admitted||1996, Prince Edward Island|
|Memberships ||Law Society of Prince Edward Island (Council Member, 2004-2007; Co-Chair, Articling and Admissions Committee and Board of Examiners, 2007—); Canadian Bar Association (Secretary, National Administrative Law Section, 2008—; Past-Chair, Administrative Law Section, Prince Edward Island, 2004-2008).|
President: Law Society of Prince Edward Island, 2011-2012; Chair, Canadian Bar Association National Administrative Law Section, 2011-2012; Recipient, Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal for community service, 2012. Instructor, Administrative Law, Prince Edward Island Law Society Bar Admission Course. Member, Mayor's Task Force on Arts and Culture for the City of Charlottetown. Board Member, Prince Edward Island Mi'kmaq Development Corporation.
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Canada Labour Code
Murray L. Murphy,Patti J. Wheatley, August 12, 2013
Two recent cases prosecuted under the Canada Labour Code (the "CLC") identify mitigation as a factor to take into consideration when sentencing and the importance of a safety culture at the workplace. These cases are discussed as follows.
Clarence L. Bennett,Murray L. Murphy, August 9, 2013
What will happen at your workplace if a serious incident or fatality occurs? Will your managers know how to respond?
Prince Edward Island
Murray L. Murphy,Patti J. Wheatley, August 9, 2013
A change was recently made to the Prince Edward Island Occupational Health and Safety Act (the "PE OHS Act") effective May 8, 2013. As a result, a prosecution for an offence under the PE OHS Act must now be commenced within two years.
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