Jeff N. Grubb, Q.C.

Partner | Regina

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Jeff Grubb is Miller Thomson’s Office Managing Partner in Saskatchewan. Jeff is a civil litigator with a unique appreciation and understanding of agricultural and food issues and disputes. In addition to practicing law, Jeff owns and operates a grain farm in Saskatchewan. His background and knowledge in the agriculture and food industry bring added credibility to his role in assisting clients in that industry.

In October 2006, Jeff was the only Saskatchewan lawyer to be named as an industry specialist in the area of “Food and Agriculture” by Lexpert in its Guide to the Top 100 Industry Specialists in Canada. Jeff is also a past co-chair of Miller Thomson's Agribusiness & Food specialty group.

Jeff also practices labour and employment law, offering strategic and sage advice to employer clients endeavouring to manage their personnel in a responsible and productive manner.

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Miller Thomson’s Agribusiness Group featured in National Post

Miller Thomson’s Agribusiness and Food Group is featured the National Post article, “Chambers Canada: Agribusiness sector sprouts with Canada farmland boom” following the group’s Band 1 ranking in the inaugural Chambers guide which ranks the country’s leading law firm and...

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Miller Thomson receives top honours in Chambers Canada

Twelve Miller Thomson lawyers and four practice groups were ranked in the recently published first edition of the Chambers Canada Guide. The Guide ranks leading lawyers and law firms practicing in all provinces and territories across Canada, in over 40...

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Wendy Baker and Jeff Grubb are quoted in Lexpert® on agribusiness on the rise

In the wake of huge global deals like Glencore’s acquisition of Viterra, national law firms are realizing what regional firms have known for years: agribusiness is on the rise. Read the full article in the April 2013 edition: From Dirt...

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Miller Thomson’s Agriculture and Food Production Group lawyers offered context and perspective on the recently released 2011 Census of Agriculture

2012 Media Coverage Lawyers from several offices were interviewed by media about key findings of the census, including changes in farm succession planning and the increasing average age of the Canadian farmer. Brian Kaliel, from our Edmonton office, is quoted...

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Miller Thomson Hosts Habitat for Humanity Regina Fundraising Gala – September 6, 2012

Miller Thomson is proud to be hosting a fundraising gala for Habitat for Humanity Regina. On Thursday, September 6, 2012 our Regina office will be hosting a gala dinner at the Delta Regina with the goal of raising $100,000 to...

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Labour Relations & Employment Conference

Miller Thomson’s Labour Relations & Employment Law Group presents an all-day conference focussing on current labour and employment issues affecting organizations today. Special Guest Speakers: Bernard Fishbein, Chair, Ontario Labour Relations Board Wendy Mesley, Award-winning broadcast journalist SESSION TOPICS: National...

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To Insure or Not to Insure: Employment Group Benefits

Employers in a unionized setting often believe that having insurance in place to cover group benefits to which employees may be entitled pursuant to the collective bargaining agreement (CBA) insulates them from grievances relating to disputes over entitlement to those...

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Reinventing the Wheel: Changes to the Standard “40 Hour” Work Week and Expanded Decertification Timelines

Saskatchewan has overhauled all of its employment related laws and combined them into The Saskatchewan Employment Act. While the Act itself has been finalized it has not yet come into force and is not yet law. The hold-up appears to...

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Crime & Punishment: A Case Study in Human Rights and Criminal Record Checks

In Penner v. Fort Garry Services Inc. (“Penner”), the Manitoba Human Rights Commission Board of Adjudication (the “Board”) considered the question of whether discrimination based on a previous criminal record was prohibited by The Human Rights Code (Manitoba) (the “Manitoba...

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