Kyle MacIsaac interviewed on CTV News - Atlantic. Halifax businesses welcome more federal workers back to office buildings.
Nova Scotia Barristers’ Society
Law Society of Newfoundland
Dalhousie University, LL.B.
St. Francis Xavier University, B.A. (Hons)
Canadian Association of Counsel to Employers (CACE)
Canadian Bar Association
Kyle is a partner in our Halifax office who advises employers in all areas of workplace law. He understands the realities of business and the issues facing employers and provides timely and practical advice and solutions to his clients.
Kyle represents provincially and federally regulated employers concerning both labour and employment matters, including those concerning human rights issues, employment standards and employment contracts, wrongful dismissal, occupational health and safety, union organizing, collective agreement interpretation, grievance handling, progressive discipline and investigations into employee misconduct. He has appeared before various courts and tribunals throughout Canada.
In addition to his litigation practice, Kyle provides managers with practical training in all manner of human resource management topics.
Kyle MacIsaac Co-Chair of Lancaster House the Atlantic Labour Law Conference.
Loretta Bouwmeester, Cheryl Edwards, Paul McLean, and Kyle MacIsaac presented You’ve Had a Workplace Accident! Managing the OHS Risk – Coast to Coast, a Mathews Dinsdale Live Webinar.
Elizabeth Keenan, Kyle MacIsaac, Andrew Reynolds and Gradin Tyler presented a webinar entitled Labour Pains: A Cross-Canada Update on New and Developing Issues in Labour Law.
Kyle MacIsaac, partner in our Halifax office, was recently appointed to the independent panel tasked with the review of remuneration for Nova Scotia MLAs. Alongside public consultations, the panel will review compensation associated with eight roles in the provincial Legislature, with a final report due this summer.
This issue provides a look back at some of the developments in labour and employment law across Atlantic Canada and upcoming changes for 2020.Read more