WeirFoulds welcomes 15 former associates to the partnership

WeirFoulds is pleased to announce that 15 of our former associates have joined the partnership effective January 1, 2022. Each of our newest additions to the partnership are committed to providing exceptional service to their clients and demonstrate top-notch professional excellence.

“Congratulations to all 15 of our former associates on this tremendous achievement. We are delighted to welcome these highly talented lawyers to the partnership all of whom have demonstrated a strong commitment to our clients and to WeirFoulds. We look forward to seeing them all grow as Partners of our firm,” says Denise Baker, Interim Managing Partner.

Mac Allen – Commercial Litigation
Mac has a diverse practice in a range of commercial and civil litigation matters. He primarily litigates business disputes with a niche practice providing stakeholders in professional and amateur sports with legal advice.

Debra McKenna – Professional Self-Regulatory Bodies
Debra’s practice is focused on professional self-regulation and civil litigation. She provides strategic advice and acts as counsel for a number of regulatory bodies.

Philip Carpenter – Construction Law
Philip has extensive experience working on complex construction litigation files for all levels of the industry. Philip has represented contractors, subcontractors, owners, and design professionals in a variety of construction disputes.

Lisa Danay-Wallace – Information Technology an Intellectual Property
Lisa has key experience in a diverse range of sectors and a particular interest in new and emerging technologies. Her practice focuses on high tech and Internet-based companies.

Robert Eisenberg – Commercial Leasing
Robert’s practice focuses on property development and commercial leasing. He is building a specialized practice focused on mixed-use developments and is well-versed in the unique challenges inherent in these complex projects.

Lara Kinkartz – Professional Self-Regulatory Bodies
Lara’s litigation practice focuses on administrative, regulatory and public law. She advises and acts as counsel to several professional and industry regulators on issues related to registration, complaints, and discipline.

Brian Kuchar – Construction Law
Brian has a diverse litigation practice which also includes commercial and civil matters, as well as leasing and employment matters. He works with a variety of clients, ranging from large corporations and public institutions to small businesses and individuals.

Megan Mah – Employment & Labour
Megan has a diverse practice that focuses on human rights, employment, civil litigation, administrative and constitutional law. Megan advises clients on a range of litigation matters, including workplace disputes, discrimination and accommodation, sexual harassment and more.

Marie-Pier Nadeau – Commercial Litigation
Marie-Pier’s practice focuses on subrogation and recovery. She has a thorough understanding of the insurance industry and regularly provides her clients with clear and practical advice.

Hayley Peglar – Wills, Trusts and Estates
Hayley advises clients on a diverse range of civil and commercial litigation matters, with a focus on estate, trusts and capacity. Hayley brings to the table key expertise in early-stage mediation of estate disputes.

Jeff Scorgie – Construction Law
Jeff’s practice focuses on drafting and negotiating contracts and advising on other “front end” aspects of construction projects. Jeff assists his clients by providing advice throughout the course of a project as disputes or issues arise.

Caitlin Steven – Construction Law
Caitlin focuses on drafting, negotiating and advising on contracts in the construction industry. Caitlin leverages the skills gained through her years as a litigator to spot issues in contracts to avoid disputes and protect her clients’ rights and interests.

Christina Tereshyn – Real Estate
Christina’s practice focuses on all aspects of commercial real estate, including the acquisition, sale, financing, co-ownership and development of all classes of commercial properties.

Kayla Theeuwen – Commercial Litigation/Caribbean
Kayla helps clients resolve complex commercial and multi-jurisdictional disputes in Canada, Central America and the Eastern Caribbean. She is also Chair of the Caribbean Practice Group.

Sarah Yun – Professional Self-Regulatory Bodies
Sarah’s practice focuses on public law. Her expertise includes law relating to professional regulation, privacy, non-profit corporate and governance matters and commercial agreements.

Congratulations to all the newest members of our Partnership!