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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 British Columbia, the Court of Appeal for British Columbia, the Federal Court, the Federal Court of Appeal, labour arbitrators, and numerous administrative tribunals.


Titus is a participant in the Innovation Sandbox Program of the Law Society of British Columbia. Through this program, Titus is authorized to represent clients independently on matters involving not-for-profit, corporate, labour, and employment law.


Titus has extensive experience in the following areas:

  • Labour and Employment Law. Titus has experience in a wide range of labour and employment law matters, including grievances, labour relations board proceedings (certifications, single employer declarations, successorship declarations, unfair labour practices complaints, and duty of fair representation complaints), WorkSafeBC proceedings, preparing and interpreting employment contracts, and wrongful dismissal proceedings. He is familiar with provincial and federal labour and employment laws, including the Employment Standards Act, the Labour Relations Code, the Human Rights Code, the Workers Compensation Act, the Canada Labour Code, and the Canadian Human Rights Act.

  • Not-For-Profit Organization Law. Titus has experience in not-for-profit organization law, including parliamentary procedure, the conduct of meetings, the drafting and interpretation of bylaws and policies, controverted elections, membership discipline, and incorporation. He is familiar with the BC Societies Act and the Canada Not-for-profit Corporations Act.

  • Administrative Law. Titus has experience in administrative law, the area of law that relates to the conduct of government bodies.


As a professional parliamentarian, Titus has acted as external chair or parliamentarian of general meetings and board of directors meetings for a number of not-for-profit organizations, with attendance ranging from less than 20 to over 500 people. He has successfully handled many contentious meetings, including controverted elections, motions without notice, points of order, challenges to the chair, and impeachments and censures of directors and officers.


Titus is a graduate of the Paralegal Certificate program at Capilano University, with a Citation in Contract Law. He is a member of the BC Paralegal Association and the National Association of Parliamentarians. He speaks English and French. 

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