Note to Jordan Peterson: This is Why I Specify my Pronouns

My work as a lawyer involves advocating in support of whatever position is favourable to my clients’ interests, making it convincing, and doing so ethically. It is uncomfortable for me to write about my personal views, but I figured I’d share the following,…

#WorkLawWednesday Series – Part II: What is Working Notice?

This is Part II of #WorkLawWednesday Series “I was fired. What are my options?”, aimed at providing information on the various questions that arise in the context of terminations. This week’s blog provides an introduction to the concept of working notice, and focuses…

Pink Larkin Welcomes a New Associate – Daniel Wilband

Pink Larkin welcomes Daniel Wilband to our Nova Scotia Office. Dan joins Pink Larkin with a strong practice foundation in the areas of labour and employment law. Having worked closely with Justices in the Ontario Court of Appeal, receiving recognition for research in…