Robertson Stromberg Earns Recertification in Meritas

Robertson Stromberg LLP is pleased to announce that it has been awarded recertification in Meritas, a global alliance of independent business law firms.  Robertson Stromberg joined Meritas in 2011, and as a condition of its membership, is required to successfully complete recertification every three years.

Meritas is the only law firm alliance with an established and comprehensive means of monitoring and enhancing the quality of its member firms — a process that saves clients time in validating law firm credentials and experience.  Meritas membership is selective and by invitation only.  Firms are regularly assessed and recertified for the breadth of their practice expertise and client satisfaction.  The organization’s extensive due diligence process ensures that only firms meeting the tenets of Meritas’ unique Quality Assurance Program are allowed to maintain membership.  Firm performance and quality are reflected in a Satisfaction Index score, which is made available online.

“We are proud of our firm’s achievements, and look forward to continuing our relationship with Meritas,” said Christopher Donald, Managing Partner at Robertson Stromberg.  “Meritas’ Quality Assurance Program is not just valuable for our clients seeking legal expertise around the world; it also provides us with a framework to consistently monitor and address the quality of our services.”

The recertification process includes exacting self-assessment, peer review by other law firms and client feedback.  It examines such factors as timelines and quality of a firm’s client service, professional conduct and adherence to Meritas policies including acknowledgement of Meritas firm or client correspondence within 24 hours.

“Businesses trust the Meritas alliance of law firms for top-tier quality, convenience, consistency and value,” said Tanna Moore, president and CEO of Meritas.  “Robertson Stromberg has demonstrated its commitment to world-class client service, and as such, has successfully earned its recertification in Meritas.”


The lawyers and staff of Robertson Stromberg LLP will be supporting CHEP’s Milk Matters Campaign this holiday season. This program is such a nice way to give from the heart during this festive season and will be helpful to local families and their children. We can all help in providing a child with at least one serving of milk a day. Robertson Stromberg’s aim is to collect sufficient funds to provide 8,000 servings of milk to local elementary schools.

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Hawryluk appointed Inquest Coroner

The Province of Saskatchewan’s Chief Coroner has appointed Partner Timothy P. Hawryluk to serve as Inquest Coroner in relation to the Inquest into the Death of Billy Ballantyne.  The Inquest is set to run from December 1st until December 5th, at the Court of Queen’s Bench in Prince Albert.

Month: December 2014