UPDATED ON: Thursday, June 01, 2006
Pensions and Benefits Lawyer
From The Globe and Mail
Heenan Blaikie LLP is pleased to announce that Mark Newton has joined its Toronto office as a pensions and benefits lawyer.
Mark is well recognized as a leading pensions and benefits law expert. He brings almost 25 years of experience advising on pensions and benefits issues in the context of plan governance, mergers and acquisitions, collective bargaining, insolvencies, employment agreements, executive compensation and income tax. An active member of several professional associations, Mark is currently Chair of the Pensions and Benefits Section of the Ontario Bar Association, and Founding Chair of the National Pensions and Benefits Law Section of the Canadian Bar Association. Mark has spoken and published extensively in the area.
Mark joins a team of Heenan Blaikie lawyers who provide pensions and benefits and general labour and employment advice to a broad range of organizations in the private, public and notforprofit sectors in all industries including retail, financial services, media, health care, health research, consumer products, information technology, insurance and education.
With over 400 lawyers across Canada, and over 125 lawyers in Toronto, Heenan Blaikie is one of Canada’s leading law firms, delivering the full scope of legal services and innovative business solutions to clients ranging in size from start-ups to many of Canada’s largest companies, institutions and government bodies.