Meghan's practice is focused in the areas of civil litigation, administrative law, and labour and employment law.
Meghan has experience assisting clients with a variety of legal issues in a broad range of areas including contractual disputes, negligence, personal injury, construction litigation, debtor/creditor litigation, terminations and wrongful dismissals.
Meghan articled with Thompson Dorfman Sweatman LLP in 2012 and joined the firm as an associate in 2013.
Juris Doctor, 2012, University of Manitoba
Bachelor of Arts (Honours), 2008, University of Winnipeg
CALL TO THE BAR:
Participant in the Wilson Moot, 2011
Board Member of Visions of Independence
Pay When Paid Clauses: Approach with Caution
A “pay when paid” clause is one of the more contentious contractual provisions that can be found in a construction contract. As its name suggests, a “pay when paid” clause provides that a subcontractor is not entitled to be paid for its work until the contractor receives payment from the owner of the project. This clause seeks to shift the risk of an owner’s non-payment from contractors to subcontractor. In the absence of such a clause, if an owner fails to pay the contractor for work completed by the subcontractor, the contractor must still pay the subcontractor for the work completed. Read more...
Re-Examining Reasonable Notice for Aging Employees
Determining how much notice of termination an employee is entitled to is a significant challenge for employers. This challenge is being compounded by Canadians remaining in the workforce longer than ever before. Courts are taking notice of this changing landscape, leading to important considerations and consequences for employers seeking to terminate employees. Read more...