Scott's practice is focused primarily on the area of labour and employment law and civil litigation. Scott has provided advice on employment and labour relations matters, terminations, wrongful dismissals, grievance arbitrations and proceedings before labour boards and human rights tribunals.
Scott spent the summer of 2006 as a summer student with Thompson Dorfman Sweatman LLP. He returned in the spring of 2007 as an Articling Student-at-Law and became an Associate in June 2008.
EDUCATION: Bachelor of Science, University of Manitoba, 2004
Bachelor of Laws, University of Manitoba, 2007
CALL TO THE BAR: Manitoba, 2008
LEGAL TEACHINGS: Negotiation Workshop Coach, Faculty of Law, University of Manitoba - 2011 and 2012
On The Farm It’s Safety First, But Accidents Happen
Everyone wants to avoid accidents in the workplace. Employers and employees of farming operations are no exception. However, farm workplaces present a variety of hazards, and injuries to workers do occur. It is therefore important for both employers and employees to know the laws applicable to safety and accidents in the workplace. In addition, employers and employees should be aware of the laws in Manitoba relating to the liability of farm employers for injuries to their workers and the compensation available to such workers. Read more...
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