Paul McLean interviewed as part of a CityNews1130 story on CERB and the obligation to return to work. White Rock Coffee Shop Struggling to Get Workers Back.
Law Society of Alberta
Law Society of British Columbia
Nova Scotia Barristers’ Society
St. Francis Xavier University, B.A.
University of New Brunswick, LL.B.
Calgary Bar Association
Canadian Association of Counsel to Employers (CACE)
Vancouver Bar Association
A Partner in our Vancouver office, Paul has been helping employers across Western Canada resolve workplace law problems for over two decades. He has significant experience in the mining, transportation, education, hospitality, construction and financial sectors.
Recognized as a leading practitioner by Best Lawyers and Lexpert, Paul provides strategic counsel to clients concerning employment litigation, occupational health and safety, shareholder disputes, workers’ compensation, human rights, labour injunctions, CCAA proceedings, workplace class actions and executive compensation issues. Like many lawyers, he frequently finds himself in court or before administrative tribunals and arbitrators.
When not attempting to stop pucks as a beer league goalie, Paul lectures as an Adjunct Professor at the UBC Faculty of Law, where he teaches employment law.
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Industry recognitionBest Lawyers® in Canada
Employee Benefits Law
Corporate and Commercial Liltigation
Paul spoke before adjudicators, at the annual Canadian Association of Counsel to Employers
Paul presented for the BC Canadian Bar Association Employment Law Section
Paul McLean interviewed as part of a CTV News Vancouver story on COVID-19 and the Workplace.
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