Provided by Lindsay Mullen
Lindsay Mullen is a trusted legal advisor in the area of occupational health and safety, regulatory investigations and compliance, emergency response, defending regulatory prosecutions and workplace law.
Ms. Mullen represents federally and provincially regulated companies in the energy, transportation, construction, financial and manufacturing sectors. She advises on regulatory compliance requirements and strategies, prime contractor issues, incident response, investigations and investigation strategies, reporting, and compliance with directives and orders. Ms. Mullen is an experienced trial lawyer who represents corporations in defending regulatory prosecutions and fatality inquiries, including high-profile and sensitive cases. Ms. Mullen also takes on a variety of unique mandates requiring experienced and astute counsel. Her practice also includes acting as counsel to independent tribunals in administrative proceedings.
Ms. Mullen also provides strategic advice to companies on employment contracts, restrictive covenants, policies and procedures, terminations, illness and disability, violence and harassment, human rights and accommodation, confidentiality obligations, and fiduciary obligations. She defends wrongful and constructive dismissal lawsuits and human rights complaints and represents companies in litigation relating to confidentiality, proprietary, non-solicitation and non-competition rights.
She is a frequent speaker on occupational health and safety law, regulatory investigations issues and emergency response.