Representative Work

In 2018, Elizabeth M. Brown represented a foreign parent corporation in defending two proposed Newfoundland and Labrador class actions seeking damages in relation to pension and benefits claims related to insolvent Canadian subsidiaries.


In 2018, Lisa J. Mills advised the employer sponsor of a public sector jointly sponsored pension plan on the creation of a new benefit option under the plan for the not-for-profit sector.


In 2018, Terra L. Klinck advised the employer sponsor of a public sector jointly sponsored pension plan on the creation of a new benefit option under the plan for the not-for-profit sector.


In 2018, John Prezioso represented a foreign parent corporation in defending two proposed Newfoundland and Labrador class actions seeking damages in relation to pension and benefits claims related to insolvent Canadian subsidiaries.


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What We Do

BMKP Law is a boutique firm with a wealth of knowledge and experience advising both public sector and private sector employers on all facets of pension, benefits and executive compensation law.

Agility is our competitive advantage. We seamlessly partner with clients’ consultants, employment, corporate and litigation counsel, actuaries and other advisors to solve complex challenges. Working with our network of proven Canadian, U.S. and international business lawyers, we deliver specialized cross-border advice to multi-national private sector employers.

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What We Think

Sidebar: Helpful Changes are on the Horizon: Ontario Pension Reform Update

December 2, 2019

Legal Update November 2019

November 11, 2019

Sidebar: The Wildman Case - U.S. Court Provides Practical Guidance On Fulfilling Pension Fiduciary Duties

September 16, 2019

Sidebar: 2019 Funding Regulations Refine Ontario’s Defined Benefit Pension Plan Funding Rules

June 3, 2019

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