Monika is a partner in the Fredericton office of Cox & Palmer. She was called to the New Brunswick Bar in 1991 after completing her education at the University of New Brunswick. Monika first joined the firm in 1991, and has over 20 years of experience as an insurance litigator.
| Insurance |
Hélène L. Beaulieu, QC, is a partner in the Moncton office of Cox & Palmer. She was admitted to the New Brunswick Bar in 1988 after completing her education at L’Université de Moncton and practiced with the former firm Barry Spalding before joining Cox & Palmer in 2013.
| Insurance |
Chris works with industrial manufacturers, utilities, various levels of government, and oil and gas companies on a wide range of issues. Labour and employment matters, labour arbitrations, wrongful dismissal litigation appearances for other tribunals and administrative law work.
| Citizenship and Immigration | Corporate and Commercial | Insurance | Labour | Wrongful Dismissal |
Plamen Petkov has been at Taylor MacLellan Cochrane since his admission to the Nova Scotia Bar in 2006. Plamen's practice is focused on immigration and citizenship law, and on civil litigation with a focus on financial services/lender remedies law.
| Citizenship and Immigration |
Brian’s current practice consist of a concentration on personal injury, estate law, and corporate law, with a special interest in immigration law. Brian worked for the Crown in the area of Civil and Criminal Law and was appointed as Special Prosecutor for the Federal Government. Brian is a...
| Citizenship and Immigration | Corporate and Commercial | Estates and Trusts | Personal Injury |
Michael R. Cormier - completed his undergraduate degree in 1997 at the University of New Brunswick in Law and Society and Sociology. Michael then attended the Atlantic Police Academy in 1999 for the Police Cadet training program. He worked for the B.N.P.P. Regional police as well as the R.C.M.P....
| Civil Litigation | Construction | Personal Injury | Real Estate |
Maria received her B.A. degree from St. Thomas University in 1977 and her LL.B degree from the University of New Brunswick in 1980. She was admitted to the Newfoundland Bar in 1981 and the New Brunswick Bar in 1989. Maria received her appointment as Queen’s Counsel (Q.C.) in 2004. Maria has...
| Administrative | Labour |
Rod Gillis is one of New Brunswick's leading litigation lawyers. Mr. Gillis focuses his practice on civil litigation, commercial litigation and class actions. He has served as local, regional and national counsel for a variety of clients. He has extensive experience working with team...
| Bankruptcy and Insolvency | Civil Litigation | Corporate and Commercial | Personal Injury |
Clarence is a management-side labour, employment and human rights lawyer, workplace investigator and mediator who works with a broad variety of clients spanning both public and private sectors including: crown corporations, colleges and universities, municipalities, banks, airports,...
| Intellectual Property | Labour | Mediation and Arbitration |
Allison brings the ability to negotiate a resolution that is in line with his client’s needs. He is effective and efficient, and helps them identify the areas of critical importance to their goals and the areas they have flexibility on to make the deal work.
| Bankruptcy and Insolvency | Corporate and Commercial | Taxation |
Luc provides general corporate advice on day-to-day issues that face companies, their boards and shareholders. He works hard to achieve results efficiently for his clients, which include owner-managed businesses and larger private/public companies. Luc focuses on business law, with a particular...