Daniel Leger

Dan provides strategic advice to employees about executive contract negotiations and termination packages, and litigates these matters before the New Brunswick Court of Queen’s Bench and Court of Appeal.

In his trade union practice, Dan frequently appears before arbitrators and the New Brunswick Labour and Employment Board. He was part of the Pink Larkin – Fredericton team that successfully argued before the Supreme Court of Canada in a recent case that affirmed employee privacy rights in the context of workplace drug and alcohol testing.

Dan is the Chair of New Brunswick’s Labour and Employment section of the Canadian Bar Association, and regularly lectures on labour and employment law matters to his peers, human resource professionals and law students.

Since 2005, Dan has acted as the Registrar of the New Brunswick Dental Society and serves as its representative to the Canadian Dental Regulatory Federation. With extensive experience relating to self-regulated professions, Dan serves as counsel to several other organizations regarding professional discipline, governance and licensure matters.

Dan is a proud alumnus of St. Thomas University, and has served as Alumni President and Board of Governors Representative.

Year of Call
New Brunswick, 2005

Law School
LL.B., University of New Brunswick, 2004

Education
M.P.A., Queen’s University, 2001
B.A., St. Thomas University, 1999


Services
Professional Regulation
Employment
Litigation
Labour Law