Student Reception Announced

Robertson Stromberg Pedersen will host its annual student reception “Martini v. Martini” on Friday March 7, 2008. The reception, open to law students seeking summer and articling positions, starts at 4PM at RSP offices in Saskatoon.

A long standing tradition, Martini v. Martini, offers students the opportunity to meet RSP lawyers, tour our Saskatoon offices and enjoy fantastic food provided by Choices on Campus.

For more information about Martini v. Martini contact Jennifer Pereira.

Bill Preston receives BV rating from Martindale-Hubbell

Bill Preston has received a BV peer-review rating from Martindale-Hubbell.

The BV certification recognizes Bill’s above-average ability and unquestionable ethics as a lawyer.  The certification is based on peer review -a testament to the fact that Bill’s peers rank him at a high level of professional excellence

Bill’s practice focuses primarily on Construction Law,  Transportation Law and Business Litigation.

Congratulations Bill!

RSP Wins Food Bank Challenge

For the second year in a row, Robertson Stromberg Pedersen LLP has won the food bank challenge hosted by the Young Lawyers Section of the Canadian Bar Association.

Now an annual tradition, RSP employees spend the month of December soliciting donations for the Saskatoon Food Bank and Learning Centre. This year RSP collected over 1427 kg of food for the Centre.

For more information about the Saskatoon Food Bank and Learning Centre, click here.

Gwen Goebel garners notable victory on Appeal

Gwen Goebel recently overturned the lower court’s ruling in Wiegers v. Gray at the Saskatchewan Court of Appeal.

Gwen successfuly convinced the Court of Appeal that the passage of time alone is not a material change in circumstance that should lead a court to vary a long standing custody order. This clarifies the law in Saskatchewan in this area and is important to Saskatchewan practitioners and parents given conflicting decisions from other provinces.

Congratulations Gwen on this significant victory!

Month: January 2008