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Our Team Members

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David Borins



David Borins grew up in Toronto and moved to Vancouver in 1992 to pursue an undergraduate and then a law degree at UBC.  David has been practicing law for over 20 years.  He articled and then practiced at a large BC firm (Farris LLP) for a decade, and then became an equity partner at a national firm (Heenan Blaikie).  In 2012, seeking more autonomy over his professional life and greater flexibility in choosing his own clientele and cases, David founded Borins & Company.  His practice includes labour law, employment law, administrative law, and litigation.  He has significant experience representing individuals, unions, societies, non-share corporations, and unincorporated associations. 

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Jared Nash



Jared has been with Borins & Company since 2014. He graduated from Simon Fraser University, earning a bachelor’s degree in criminology as well as a certificate in legal studies. Prior to that, he also earned an associate’s degree in applied ethics from Capilano University. During his time there, Jared served on the university senate and was also heavily involved in the local student society, where he was appointed as the external board chair, oversaw the society’s elections and referenda, and later served a term on the board of directors. Jared grew up in Squamish and enjoys visiting there whenever he can.

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Titus Gregory



Titus Gregory has worked for Borins & Company since September 2014. His responsibilities include preparing memoranda, letters, pleadings, legal arguments, affidavits, and other legal documents; document management; client interviews; bylaws/policy revision and analysis; and preparing submissions to government bodies.  As a Designated Paralegal, Titus has represented clients before the BC Labour Relations Board, the Canada Industrial Relations Board, and the BC Civil Resolution Tribunal. As part of the Borins & Company team, he has assisted in proceedings before the Supreme Court of BC, the BC Court of Appeal, the Federal Court, the Federal Court of Appeal, labour arbitrators, and numerous administrative tribunals. As a participant in the Innovation Sandbox Program, Titus is authorized to represent clients independently on matters involving not-for-profit, corporate, labour, and employment law.

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