- Member, Law Society of New Brunswick
- Member, Canadian Bar Association
- Member, Association des juristes d’expression française du Nouveau-Brunswick
- Member, Canadian Association of Counsel to Employers
- Member, the Canadian Defence Lawyers
Nicolette has a bilingual practice focused in the areas of labour and employment law and insurance defence.
In her labour and employment practice, she provides strategic advice to employers on various legal questions, including human rights issues, drafting policies and contracts, and supporting wrongful dismissal litigation, mediations and arbitrations. Nicolette also provides risk assessment advice to employers when dealing with labour and employment issues. Nicolette has a particular interest in advice and training for employers with respect to sexual harassment issues in the workplace.
Her litigation practice is primarily in the insurance defence space. Nicolette advises clients on all aspects of litigation, particularly in life, health, disability, motor vehicle and commercial claims. Applying cross-functional knowledge to deliver quality service to our insurance clients, Nicolette provides risk management best practices in every matter.
Nicolette has appeared before all levels of court in New Brunswick, as well as before administrative tribunals and arbitrators.
During law school, Nicolette completed a judicial internship at the Court of Appeal of New Brunswick under the direction of The Honourable Justice Charles A. LeBlond. Throughout her law degree, she was ranked at the top of her law class each year.
Dec 11, 2023
As 2023 draws to a close, the time is right to take a look in the rearview mirror and reflect on the key labour and employment law learnings…
May 1, 2023
While the December 2021 Bill C-223, An Act to Develop a National Framework for a Guaranteed Livable Basic Income seems to have died in both…
Apr 3, 2023
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Sep 15, 2022
When Prime Minister Trudeau announced that September 19, 2022 would be a National Day of Mourning for Queen Elizabeth II, the Atlantic provinces…
May 27, 2022
The COVID-19 pandemic is (arguably) gone but the pre-pandemic labour crunch - for both white and blue collar workers - is back. And there’s no…