Ken Ziegler has been granted a Special Authorization to act in Quebec on Immigration matters by the Barreau du Quebec (Quebec Bar Association). This will allow Ken to fully represent clients bound for Quebec, rather than passing them to a colleague from that province. Congratulations Ken.
In an article in Advantage magazine, Jenn Pereira talks about her experiences of becoming a lawyer in Saskatchewan, how the field is changing, and how each day brings welcomed new challenges.
To read the article click here.
On December 22, 2011 the Attorney General of Saskatchewan announced the annual Queen’s Counsel recipients. Among the select lawyers honoured for their exemplary merit and contribution to the legal profession was Melvin A. Gerpacher.
Melvin is a well respected Corporate Commercial lawyer specializing in Tax Law and has been a partner at Robertson Stromberg LLP for more than twenty years. As well, Melvin devotes time to various civic organizations in a leadership capacity.
Also a Chartered Accountant, Melvin was previously awarded the designation of Fellow Chartered Accountant (F.C.A.) by the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Saskatchewan. Receiving the distinctions of both Fellow of Chartered Accountant and Queen’s Counsel is an exceptional achievement.
Robertson Stromberg welcomes its newest partner, Misty Alexandre. Misty has a general law practice with an emphasis on Debtor-Creditor and Construction law.