Tiffany Paulsen, K.C. presents at CBA (Sask) Mid-Winter Meeting

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Join Tiffany Paulsen, K.C., at the Canadian Bar Association (Sask) Mid-Winter Meeting on January 27, 2022, where she will participate in a panel discussion about mediation and arbitration. Drawing on her experience as an arbitrator and mediator, Tiffany will share her tips for a successful alternative dispute resolution meeting.

To register or for more information click here.

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Jennifer Pereira, Q.C. presented Community Service Award

Congratulations to Jennifer Pereira, Q.C. on her recognition by The Canadian Bar Association (Saskatchewan Branch) with the Community Service Award. The Community Service Award recognizes lawyers for their outstanding dedication, service and commitment to the...

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Tiffany Paulsen, K.C. and Ben Parsonson present at 2023 Career Forum

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Law Students are invited to meet Tiffany Paulsen K.C. and Ben Parsonson at Career Forum 2023.

If you are a law student at the University of Saskatchewan, join Tiffany Paulsen K.C. and Marinko Jelovic at the 2023 Career Forum hosted by the University of Saskatchewan, College of Law on January 13, 2023. Tiffany and Marinko will present their differing experiences on Life as a Litigator vs. Life as a Solicitor. For more information and to register, click here.

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Tiffany Paulsen, K.C. to Participate in Family Law Panel

Join Tiffany Paulsen, K.C., at the University of Saskatchewan’s College of Law on October 25, 2022, where she will participate in a panel discussion entitled Using Data and Design for Action: Next Steps For Family Justice in Saskatchewan. The discussion will include...

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Questioning for Family Lawyers

Join Tiffany Paulsen, Q.C. and other seasoned litigators to break down their most effective questioning techniques, providing you with the tools, tips and strategies you need to get the most out of your next questioning. Find out how to gather information, obtain...

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Tiffany Paulsen, K.C. to Participate in Family Law Panel

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Join Tiffany Paulsen, K.C., at the University of Saskatchewan’s College of Law on October 25, 2022, where she will participate in a panel discussion entitled Using Data and Design for Action: Next Steps For Family Justice in Saskatchewan. The discussion will include perspectives on how leaders of the justice sector are using data and design methods to foster a collaborative and coordinated approach to improving family justice in Saskatchewan. The event is open to the public and available for CPD credit. For more information, click here.

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Can I Keep My Engagement Ring?

Upon the breakdown of a marriage, there are defined laws addressing how marital property is to be divided. But what happens if an engagement doesn’t result in marriage? And who gets to keep the engagement ring? Each province addresses ring ownership upon the breakdown...

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Binding Pre-Trial Conferences: What You Need to Know

Binding pre-trial conferences are a relatively new process option in Saskatchewan, which are available in civil law matters, including family law. Given that there have been few conducted in Saskatchewan to date, there are few decisions from the Court discussing your...

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Tiffany Paulsen, K.C. to Participate in Family Law Panel

Join Tiffany Paulsen, K.C., at the University of Saskatchewan’s College of Law on October 25, 2022, where she will participate in a panel discussion entitled Using Data and Design for Action: Next Steps For Family Justice in Saskatchewan. The discussion will include...

read more

Questioning for Family Lawyers

Join Tiffany Paulsen, Q.C. and other seasoned litigators to break down their most effective questioning techniques, providing you with the tools, tips and strategies you need to get the most out of your next questioning. Find out how to gather information, obtain...

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Tiffany Paulsen, K.C. and Curtis Clavelle present at PATHS Conference 2022

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Tiffany Paulsen, K.C. and Curtis Clavelle will host a breakout workshop titled, The Divorce Act Amendments in Practice: Creating Meaningful Change? at this year’s PATHS Conference.

PATHS’ mission is to support and collaborate with member agencies and others to address, prevent, and ultimately eliminate intimate partner and family violence in Saskatchewan.

For tickets to this year’s conference, click on the link below.

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Can I Keep My Engagement Ring?

Upon the breakdown of a marriage, there are defined laws addressing how marital property is to be divided. But what happens if an engagement doesn’t result in marriage? And who gets to keep the engagement ring? Each province addresses ring ownership upon the breakdown...

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Clavelle Successfully Advocates for Developer

On January 3, 2023, the Development Appeals Board for Saskatoon allowed an appeal brought by Curtis Clavelle of Robertson Stromberg LLP on behalf of Arbutus Properties Ltd. to lift a holding symbol with respect to land Arbutus wished to develop in Saskatoon. The...

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Binding Pre-Trial Conferences: What You Need to Know

Binding pre-trial conferences are a relatively new process option in Saskatchewan, which are available in civil law matters, including family law. Given that there have been few conducted in Saskatchewan to date, there are few decisions from the Court discussing your...

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Tiffany Paulsen, K.C. to Participate in Family Law Panel

Join Tiffany Paulsen, K.C., at the University of Saskatchewan’s College of Law on October 25, 2022, where she will participate in a panel discussion entitled Using Data and Design for Action: Next Steps For Family Justice in Saskatchewan. The discussion will include...

read more

Questioning for Family Lawyers

Join Tiffany Paulsen, Q.C. and other seasoned litigators to break down their most effective questioning techniques, providing you with the tools, tips and strategies you need to get the most out of your next questioning. Find out how to gather information, obtain...

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Robertson Stromberg recognized in the 17th Edition of The Best Lawyers in Canada

Launched in 2006, The Best Lawyers in Canada™ highlights the best legal talent across Canada. For 17 editions, they’ve celebrated the extraordinary accomplishments of those in the legal profession through exhaustive peer-review surveys. Using the same trusted methodology that Best Lawyers has used for more than four decades, The Best Lawyers in Canada is a comprehensive guide to the most prestigious, gifted lawyers in the country.

Congratulations to the lawyers at Robertson Stromberg LLP who have been recognized in the 17th Edition of The Best Lawyers in Canada.

MISTY S. ALEXANDRE

Construction Law

 

M KIM ANDERSON, Q.C.

Banking and Finance Law

Insolvency and Financial Restructuring Law

JARED D. EPP

Construction Law

LESLIE W. PROSSER, Q.C.

Corporate Law

Mining Law

Natural Resource Law

SCOTT D. WATERS, Q.C.

Banking and Finance Law

Corporate Governance Practice

Real Estate Law

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Clavelle Successfully Advocates for Developer

On January 3, 2023, the Development Appeals Board for Saskatoon allowed an appeal brought by Curtis Clavelle of Robertson Stromberg LLP on behalf of Arbutus Properties Ltd. to lift a holding symbol with respect to land Arbutus wished to develop in Saskatoon. The...

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James Steele Joins Robertson Stromberg LLP Partnership

Congratulations to James Steele who became Robertson Stromberg’s newest partner on January 1, 2023.  James joined Robertson Stromberg as an articling student and, since his call to the bar in 2015, has been an important member of the litigation department.James has...

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Questioning for Family Lawyers

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Join Tiffany Paulsen, Q.C. and other seasoned litigators to break down their most effective questioning techniques, providing you with the tools, tips and strategies you need to get the most out of your next questioning. Find out how to gather information, obtain admissions, test theories, assess witness credibility and handle difficult witnesses and counsel.

Thursday, May 5
1:00 – 4:30 p.m. (ET)
Live Online

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Can I Keep My Engagement Ring?

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read more

Binding Pre-Trial Conferences: What You Need to Know

Binding pre-trial conferences are a relatively new process option in Saskatchewan, which are available in civil law matters, including family law. Given that there have been few conducted in Saskatchewan to date, there are few decisions from the Court discussing your...

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James Steele to Present at CBA (Sask) Midwinter Meeting

Join James Steele at the Canadian Bar Association (Sask) Mid-Winter Meeting on January 26, 2022, where he will participate in a panel discussion about wills. Entitled, Wills and Estates: Moving an Age-Old Practice Area Forward, James will draw on his experience as an...

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James Steele Joins Robertson Stromberg LLP Partnership

Congratulations to James Steele who became Robertson Stromberg’s newest partner on January 1, 2023.  James joined Robertson Stromberg as an articling student and, since his call to the bar in 2015, has been an important member of the litigation department.James has...

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