#EducationLaw Conference Coming to #Halifax

Mark your calendars! Canada’s leading conference on education law is coming to Halifax in 2018. Halifax will host the annual conference of the Canadian Association for the Practical Study of Law in Education (CAPSLE) on April 29 to May 1, 2018, at the…

‘Punching Above Weight’: Pink Larkin in the Legal Market

Featured in the article, Punching Above Weight, published in Lexpert April/May 2017, Ronald A. Pink. Q.C. gives an inside perspective on the changing business world and how our firm succeeds in this new environment. “So people see us as not just being a labour and employment boutique,…

Three New Partners at Pink Larkin!

  February 3, 2017 Pink Larkin is very pleased to announce that Jillian Houlihan, Nathan Sutherland and Brenda Comeau have been admitted to partnership with the firm. Jill and Nathan are based in our Halifax office, and Brenda is based in our Fredericton…

NS Animal Protection Act Protects Animals Not Owners

By David Roberts This blog is about the Animal Protection Act, the law protecting animals from cruelty and neglect in Nova Scotia. The Nova Scotia Court of Appeal has just issued two decisions that clarify the protections provided by the Act and strongly…

Building Respectful Workplaces

If you want to transform your organization’s culture to one that is healthy and respectful, you have to be proactive. You need to identify the things that the people in your organization value in their relationships with each other, and assess the everyday practices…

Resolving Disputes: We Need to Talk!

Dispute resolution seems top of mind lately. Twice during the week of May 9, 2016, I participated in interviews on CBC Radio about how conflicts come to be and solutions for bring them to a successful end. The first interview, on Information Morning…