Jennifer Pereira contributed to the Winter 2008 edition of the Canadian Bar Association (Saskatchewan Branch) magazine, Bar Notes, by recounting her time in Jordan.
In the regular feature of Bar Notes, Post Cards From a Lawyer, Jennifer wrote about her experience while visiting the country of Jordan in July 2008.
To read Jennifer’s article, click here.
A rural municipality won a precedent-setting provincial court decision in its long-standing dispute with a construction company over two gravel pits near Blaine Lake.
Judge Timothy White found Geransky Bros. Construction guilty of eight of the nine charges brought against it by the RM of Blaine Lake in connection with gravel extraction and crushing that took place in 2006 and 2007.
Tiffany Paulsen and John Knox prosecuted the case.
The fine is by far the largest ever levied against a Saskatchewan company for violating the province’s Planning and Development Act.
The RM council is “ecstatic” over the outcome, Paulsen said, noting several developers with property in the area attended court in Blaine Lake to hear it.
Bill Preston, Les Prosser, Q.C. and Gary Young Q.C. have all been named by Lexpert as leading practitioners in their respective fields of practice.
Bill has been recognized as a leader in the area of transportation law, while Les has been noted for his outstanding work in the area of corporate-comercial law. Gary’s achievements as a litigator in commercial insurance and corporate litigation have also been distinguished.
Congtratulations Bill, Les and Gary!
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Bill Preston will present at the Construction Superconference held in Saskatoon, SK from April 2-3, 2009.
The conference, sponsored by the Canadian Institute, will canvas all issues relating to the construction industry including: labour forecasts, managing schedules, negotiating contracts, bidding and tendering, best practices for P3 Projects, resolution through ADR and Building Green.