Jeff Grubb 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.

Commercial litigation: Jeff represents parties in all phases of civil litigation from debt realization to commercial and shareholder disputes. In addition to litigation strategies, Jeff provides counsel to parties negotiating non-litigious resolutions (including mediation) to commercial disputes.

Insurance litigation: Jeff provides defence counsel to insurers on a variety of commercial matters, with an emphasis on agricultural related issues.

Labour and employment: Jeff represents employers (in both unionized and non-unionized workplaces) in all employment matters, from hiring to termination, to human rights and harassment complaints, to grievance handling and arbitration, to wrongful dismissal claims..

Administrative law: Jeff represents parties appearing before administrative tribunals, including the Saskatchewan Municipal Board, Saskatchewan Labour Relations Board, and Agricultural Operations Review Board, to name a few.

Labour relations: Jeff represents employers with unionized workplaces on matters such as contract negotiation, grievance arbitration, and unfair labour practice claims.

Human rights: Jeff represents employers in addressing human rights issues and complaints, including the scope and nature of an employer’s obligation to accommodate employees in relation to one of the prohibited grounds.

Shareholder disputes: Jeff assists shareholders and companies to resolve internal disputes, whether through the courts or mediation.

Mediation and arbitration: Jeff represents parties in all phases of mediation and arbitration proceedings, and develops a strategy to most effectively resolve disputes.

Municipal services: Jeff represents municipal governments in all aspects of their mandate and operation, including tax enforcement, property and business assessment advice, expropriation, and zoning.