Smart Growth of a Powerful Team

January 1, 2013

Cox & Palmer is pleased to announce that 14 lawyers are joining Cox & Palmer from the former Barry Spalding firm in Saint John and Moncton. With 9 new partners, 5 new associates, articling clerks, and numerous support staff, Cox & Palmer is growing by a total of 36 people in New Brunswick.   

The new lawyers share the same high standards for client service and work ethic that Cox & Palmer considers to be the foundation for its success.  They also look forward to providing their clients with a broader range of services, along with access to our regional network and expertise. 

George Cooper, Managing Partner for New Brunswick says, “These new additions to our team enable Cox & Palmer to provide unsurpassed breadth and depth of legal expertise to clients.” 

Danny Gallivan, Chief Executive Officer of Cox & Palmer says, “We are thrilled to welcome these new lawyers to the firm.  Our established knowledge and expertise in all of our corporate commercial practices, litigation and insurance defense practices will benefit from their talent and experience.”

The following is a list of the lawyers joining Cox & Palmer:

John P. Barry, QC - Partner
Howard A. Spalding, QC - Partner
David G. O'Brien, QC - Partner
Peter T. Zed, QC - Partner
Duane M. McAfee - Partner
Brenda G. Noble, QC - Partner
Deirdre L. Wade, QC - Partner
Hélène L. Beaulieu, QC - Partner
Bruce M. Logan - Partner
Jack M. Blackier, FCA - Associate
Patrick Dunn - Associate
Colin A. Fraser - Associate
Talia C. Profit – Associate
Richard E. DeBow, QC - Counsel