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Areas of Practice

For over half a century, McLellan Brennan Hrga has been representing personal injury victims across Prince Edward Island

Food & Beverage

As an agricultural province heavily centered on the farming and fishing industries, our team has the knowledge and skills to help you understand the complex and multi-jurisdictional laws regarding food and beverage.

We can advise you on your various regulatory obligations, whether that ranges from producing, harvesting, processing, manufacturing, packaging, distributing, and retailing all types of food and beverage, including alcohol and cannabis—and of course potatoes, mussels, and lobster!

We have knowledge and experience in understanding and applying the Safe Food for Canadians Act and Regulations to various food and beverage industries.
Contact us today at 902.436.9211 to see how we can help you better understand your legal obligations or complete intake form below:
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Our team offers a wide range of services, including assistance with:

  • Understanding your legal rights and obligations
  • Advising on various federal laws and how they affect your business
  • Packaging and labelling requirements
  • Advertising requirements
  • Facility requirements for food storage and processing
  • Licensing
  • Cannabis

news & insights

What to do if you are involved in a car accident

Have you or someone you know been in a car accident? Is it something you worry about? If so, read this article written by our very own Lindsay McLellan, a local PEI personal injury lawyer, who discusses what the general public should know (and write down) when involved in a car accident. She also shares our accident worksheet for interested individuals to print and store in their vehicles. You can read the full article by visiting our News & Insights Page!

Use of Video Surveillance by Insurers

The use of video surveillance in personal injury claims is commonplace. But what does video surveillance actually show? And what is its usefulness in most claims? Our lawyer, John Brennan, dives into the use of surveillance after a recent CBC Go Public article highlighted the use, and difficulties with, video surveillance evidence in personal injury and workplace injury claims. Visit our News & Insights page to read the full article!