Construction & Development Lawyers and Attorneys in Nova Scotia. Law Firms

John T. Shanks

1959 Upper Water Street, Halifax, Nova Scotia
902-420-3329
Civil Litigation, Construction & Development, Criminal Law, Municipal Law & Regulations

Colin D. Piercey

1959 Upper Water Street, Halifax, Nova Scotia
902-420-3345
Bankruptcy, Civil Litigation, Construction & Development, Environmental Law

James L. Chipman

1959 Upper Water Street, Halifax, Nova Scotia
902-420-3368
Civil Litigation, Construction & Development, Consumer Protection, Personal Injury, Professional Malpractice

Earl D. Cormier

50 Joseph Zatzman Dr., Dartmouth, Nova Scotia
902-468-5630 Ext: 248
Civil Litigation, Construction & Development, Insurance Litigation

Richard F. Southcott

1959 Upper Water Street, Halifax, Nova Scotia
902-420-3304
Admiralty & Maritime Law, Construction & Development, Environmental Law

J. Andrew Fraser

1959 Upper Water Street, Halifax, Nova Scotia
902-420-3390
Alternative Dispute Resolution, Civil Litigation, Construction & Development, Employment & Labor Law, Personal Injury

Christopher W. Madill

1959 Upper Water Street, Halifax, Nova Scotia
902-444-1711
Civil Litigation, Construction & Development, Consumer Protection, Personal Injury

David G. Henley

1959 Upper Water Street, Halifax, Nova Scotia
902-420-3381
Admiralty & Maritime Law, Business Law, Construction & Development, Environmental Law

David Miller

1959 Upper Water Street, Halifax, Nova Scotia
902-420-3200
Civil Litigation, Construction & Development, Personal Injury

Arthur T. Barry

1959 Upper Water Street, Halifax, Nova Scotia
902-420-3200
Civil Litigation, Construction & Development, Insurance Litigation, Professional Malpractice
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