Ken Ziegler will be hosting an Immigration and Investment Seminar at Xavier School, Manila, Philippines on November 18, 2009. He will be speaking about investment opportunities in Canada and in Saskatchewan.
Thereafter he will be hosting a seminar on the same topic in conjunction with the Chamber of Commerce of China. The Immigration and Investment Seminar will be held in Chongqing, PRC on December 1, 2009.
Ken then moves to Tianjin, PRC on December 4, 2009 where he will co-present with David Xu, of Winners Law Firm on the topic of Investment and Immigration in Saskatchewan.
For more information about Ken, and his experience, click here.
Robertson Stromberg Pedersen LLP seeks motivated and ambitious law students with enthusiasm for the law and learning, energy and drive to apply for summer and articling student positions.
Robertson Stromberg Pedersen LLP offers an exceptional working environment, access to top quality support staff and unparalleled opportunities to connect with leaders in our profession and Saskatchewan’s business community. We want to work with students who share our work ethic and our commitment to the highest standards of legal practice. Our goal is provide opportunities for students to gain the confidence and skills they will need to become capable and principled lawyers.
We invite first and second year law students to meet our lawyers at our annual student reception: Martini v. Martini. The event is held on Tuesday, November 3, 2009 at our offices located at suite 600, 105 21st Street East. The event starts at 5p.m. and transportation to the reception is offered. Buses will depart from the Commerce Loop at the University of Saskatchewan at 4:40p.m., 5:00p.m., and 5:20p.m.
Kurt Dahl has been published in the fall edition of BarNotes, the publication of the Saskatchewan Branch of the Canadian Bar Association. His article, A Touch of Grey: The State of the Law Re File Sharing discusses one of his frequently asked questions -is downloading music illegal in Canada.
Kurt canvasses issues pertaining to Canada’s Copyright Act and discusses the recent decision of the Federal Court in BMG Canada Inc. v. John Doe. For more information about this topic, Kurt’s thesis is available here.
Kurt successfully defended his Master of Laws thesis on the future of copyright in the music industry, and how digital technologies are overhauling the way in which musicians and music companies make money. The Master of Laws (LLM) is an advanced academic law degree that demands intense research into a specified field of study. Kurt completed his LLM in just under 2 years.
Pay it Forward – Kurt has asked that anyone who downloads his thesis donate $5 (on their honour) to a local charity of their choice, thereby creating some good from his hard work. Thus far, he has raised several hundred dollars for local charities. To read Kurt’s thesis, click here.