Bryan & Company LLP welcomes our 2023 partners!
From left to right: Samantha Hanson, Daniel MacDermid, Soheel Hussein and Matthew Cowan We are proud to welcome four new partners in 2023! Please join us in congratulating Matthew Cowan, Samantha Hanson, Soheel Hussein and Daniel MacDermid.
10 Days Paid Sick Leave for Federally Regulated Employees
In response to employees increasingly needing time off work due to COVID-19 and other illnesses, the government has recently amended the Canada Labour Code to grant employees of private, federally regulated employers 10 days of paid sick leave.
Bryan & Company welcomes Litigation Associate Sarah M. McFadyen!
Sarah is joining our litigation team, bringing honed skills and a broad practice to serve our clients. After graduating from the University of Alberta Faculty of Law and being called to the bar in 2021, Sarah continued to balance her legal education with robust community and volunteer work.
Bryan & Company welcomes their 2022/2023 Articling Students!
(L-R) Marcus Kostick, Alexis Neuman, Karissa Fald, Christian Saive These students have successfully completed their law degrees at the University of Alberta and University of Saskatchewan but all are connected to the Edmonton community.
Bryan & Company LLP congratulates their 2022 students called to the bar!
It is with great pride that the partners, associates and staff at Bryan & Company LLP congratulate our newest associates called to the bar: Cameron Brunet, Thomas Poretti and Jean-Pierre Desrochers.
Bryan & Company LLP celebrates its 2021 and 2022 partners!
Bryan & Company LLP welcomes Kent McSporran and Chaylene Gallagher, who became partners in January 2021. The firm appreciates their contributions during an unusual, but exciting first year of partnership.
Bryan & Company LLP congratulates their 2021 students called to the bar!
Congratulations to our new lawyers on their calls to the bar! It is with great pride that the partners, associates and staff at Bryan & Company LLP congratulate our newest associates called to the bar: Scott MacDonald, Jason Heer and Jessica Royer.
SUBP (Supplemental Unemployment Benefits Plans): A Layoff Option
A Supplementary Unemployment Benefits (“SUB”) Plan is a plan, approved by Service Canada, which allows an employer to top up an employee’s EI benefits during periods of unemployment due to one of or a combination of the following three legislatively permitted types of unemployment: Temporary stoppage of work, Training, and/or Illness, injury or quarantine.
We are moving, effective Dec 23, 2019
Effective December 23, we will be moving to new office space in Manulife Place. Please update your records accordingly. NEW ADDRESS Suite 2900, Manulife Place 10180 – 101 Street Edmonton, Alberta T5J 3V5 Our contact information (email addresses, phone numbers, etc.) remain the same.