The Saskatchewan Regional Parks Association (SRPA) represents the many and diverse regional parks throughout Saskatchewan. Each year the SRPA holds conventions for the purpose of education and networking for the delegates.
This year at the convention held in Saskatoon on April 7th, Kim Anderson, Q.C. and James Steele will be offering legal and practical advice on Regional Park seasonal campsites and tenancies.
Canadian Lawyer magazine has once again listed the Top Prairie Firms in its March 2017 issue. And again, we are pleased to see that Robertson Stromberg is listed among the top five firms for Saskatchewan.
Canadian Lawyer asked lawyers, in-house counsel and clients from across Canada to vote on the top full-service regional firms in the Prairies. They were asked to rank their top 5 firms in both Manitoba and Saskatchewan from a preliminary list, with a chance to nominate a firm that was not included on the list. Respondents’ rankings were based on firms’ regional service coverage, client base, notable mandates, service excellence and legal expertise. To be considered in the vote, firms were required to have at least one office based in the Prairies and offer a wide range of legal services. The final lists were determined through a points system, with the top 5 firms for Manitoba and the top 5 firms for Saskatchewan listed alphabetically.
The article can be read here.
The Saskatchewan Trial Lawyers Association (STLA) offer timely and topical telephone seminars to their members. On April 20th, 2017, Sean Sinclair and James Steele will combine their expertise in co-presenting an Estate Litigation teleseminar.
Registration is available through the STLA.
Jennifer Pereira’s article titled, “Disclosure of Material Facts in Insurance Applications – a Review of Zheng v. John Galon Services Ltd.” appears in the March 2017 issue of The Saskatchewan Advocate.
In the article Jennifer considers the distinction between conduct which represents a breach of a policy condition, and conduct which causes a loss to fall outside the insured risk.