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Meghan Popp


Meghan Popp is an associate who specializes in pension law at Lawson Lundell, a leading Western Canadian business law firm based in Vancouver.

Meghan works with senior legal counsel to provide advice to boards of trustees and other sponsors of pension and employee benefit plans in respect of the legal and regulatory issues that affect their plans. Her practice includes the preparation of legal opinions, amendments to plan texts and trust documents, policies and governance materials. She also negotiates a variety of plan-related contracts, including investment management agreements, subscription agreements, custodian agreements, confidentiality agreements and letters of credit.
What B.C. Family Law Changes To Pension Rules Mean For AP

What B.C. Family Law Changes To Pension Rules Mean For You

If you are living with your significant other in B.C. and have been in a marriage-like relationship for at least two years, you are now placed in the same category as married couples with regard to pension division rules. This is a marked change from the previous law, which only applied to married couples. So what does it mean for you?
03/21/2013 03:13 EDT