December 6, 2019
We are pleased to announce that four new lawyers have been admitted to the McInnes Cooper Partnership, effective January 1, 2020. We congratulate our new Partners on their career achievements as they continue their commitment to the understanding of the law and client needs in their respective fields.
About McInnes Cooper’s New Partners
Jeffery Callaghan (Fredericton) has a commercial practice focusing on real property, business, aboriginal and energy and natural resources law. He also advises clients on various regulatory obligations, uniquely integrating his knowledge and experience in commercial, regulatory and Aboriginal law to provide well-rounded advice.
Danielle Daigle (Halifax) practices in the areas of corporate finance, securities and corporate governance. She represents clients with respect to private placements and public offerings, mergers and acquisitions, shareholder and investor relation matters and advising on continuous disclosure obligations, and also advises startup companies and investors on venture capital financings.
Sarah McInnes (Halifax) is an immigration lawyer also practicing labour and employment and education law. She assists a wide range of clientele with Canadian immigration, labour relations and human resources issues. With a background in corporate law, Sarah understands the importance of efficient business travel across international borders.
Michael Murphy (Halifax) has a practice focused on labour and employment law and pensions and benefits. He advises clients with respect to a variety of employment-related issues, including human resources policy reviews; human rights; union certification applications; collective bargaining and collective agreement administration; and occupational health and safety. He also advises on variety of pension-related issues, including plan design and implementation, wind-ups, and more.
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