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Navigating COVID-19: Ask Your Lawyer
May 26, 2020 @ 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm ADT
ASK YOUR LAWYER WITH BOYNECLARKE LLP
Join us for a Q&A session regarding legal concerns for small and medium businesses with our guests from Boyneclarke LLP, Meaghan Kells, Alex Barnes and Ian Brown.
This is a great opportunity to hear from the experts on how to approach common business concerns including; what to do if you can’t pay your business’s rent, how to handle customers who are unable to pay their bills, or wondering if you can get out of a contract obligation.
ABOUT THE PRESENTERS:
Meaghan is an Associate on our Business Litigation team with a diverse litigation practice.
She understands that clients need efficient, effective representation, and her focus is on offering timely, candid advice. She works hard to help her clients get the best resolution possible
Alex J. Barnes
Alex practices in the areas of corporate and commercial law. Her practice extends to all matters relating to commercial transactions involving asset and share purchases, financing and real estate sales.
Alex also works in general corporate matters including registration of businesses and partnerships in Nova Scotia, incorporation of Nova Scotia limited and unlimited liability companies and assists with amalgamations and reorganizations.
She works closely with other professionals to ensure the best result for her clients.
Ian D. Brown
Ian is a Partner and member of the Business Law team, focusing on labour and employment law.
As a member of the bar in Nova Scotia and New Brunswick, he has appeared before the New Brunswick Court of Queen’s bench, as well as all levels of Court in Nova Scotia. He has also appeared before various administrative tribunals in Nova Scotia such as the Workers’ Compensation Appeals Tribunal, the Labour Board and the Human Rights Commission.
Ian regularly advises clients on all matters related to the workplace, from the hiring process through to termination including managing employees, employment agreements and restrictive covenants, Human Rights, employee absences and related matters.Register Now