About this office:
Stewart McKelvey is an Atlantic Canadian law firm offering legal services through six offices located in the provinces of New Brunswick, Newfoundland and Labrador, Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island. A law firm in Atlantic Canada with more than 220 lawyers, Stewart McKelvey offers services in all areas of the law to local, regional, national and international clients. The practice of the firm touches every corner of business and industry in Atlantic Canada. The firm's lawyers appear before Municipal, Provincial and Federal boards and tribunals and all levels of courts in Canada.
Statement of Practice Summary:
Advocacy Department; Commercial Litigation and Insolvency; Construction; Marine Law; Business Department; Business Transactions; IP/IT/Entertainment; Owner Managed Business; Commercial Real Property & Lending; Labour & Employment; Life & Disability Insurance; Natural Resources & Environmental; Tax, Estates & Trusts.
Documents by Lawyers at this office
Bonuses and Stock Options: Contractual and Otherwise
Ellen Oakes,Richard G. Petrie, February 17, 2014
When assessing what type of termination package to offer an employee or what the employer’s liability for damages is, non-salary compensation can become an issue. Typically, this compensation may include stock options, stock grants and bonuses. If not resolved at termination (or shortly...
Disability and Other Leaves of Absence: Employee Status at Time of Termination
Clarence L. Bennett,Lara MacDougall, February 17, 2014
You've made the decision, but before you communicate it to the employee you receive a note from a doctor putting the employee off work for medical reasons. Or, the employee arrives at your door ecstatic because she's pregnant and going on maternity leave. What happens when a leave of absence occurs...
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?
Year Established: 1990
All lawyers listed are members of the Law Society of New Brunswick and the Canadian Bar Association.