Douglas Jack, a veterinary lawyer, has joined Borden Ladner Gervais’ Waterloo Region office as counsel.
According to office managing partner Neil Henderson, veterinary law spans a broad range of practice areas. “Doug’s extensive experience in veterinary law will fit well with BLG’s national platform and broad scope of services and we plan to assist Doug in providing the best possible service to this specialized practice area all across the country.”
In his 25 years of practice, Jack has worked with veterinary clients on M&A, employment law, practice governance and management issues as well as representing them before their provincial regulators on complaints and discipline matters.
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