Congratulations to Allan Haubrich on his appointment as Queen’s Counsel.
A Queen’s Counsel designation is an important honour bestowed for the significant contribution made by the recipient to the legal profession and to Saskatchewan.
A selection committee of Saskatchewan’s Justice Minister and Attorney General, the Chief Justice of the Court of Appeal for Saskatchewan or the Chief Justice of the Court of Queen’s Bench (on an alternating basis), and past presidents of the Saskatchewan branch of the Canadian Bar Association and the Law Society of Saskatchewan makes these recommendations. For more information about the 2010 Queen’s Counsel designations, click here.
In the December issue of The Saskatchewan Advocate Misty Alexandre recaps the sessions from the Saskatchewan Trial Lawyers Association’s Fall Conference. In the article she highlights the points made at the “Big Guns & Money: Tips and Traps from the Debtor/Creditor Experts” conference.
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Jennifer Pereira has written an article on recent developments in Automobile Accident Insurance law. She suggests that definitions of “automobile” found within contracts of insurance and legislation need to reflect the evolving nature of personal transportation. Canadian Underwriter magazine published this article titling it, “A Bird? A Plan? No, it’s an Automobile”.
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