Tiffany M Paulsen receives Q.Arb designation

Congratulations to Tiffany M. Paulsen, Q.C., on achieving Q.Arb designation from the ADR Institute of Canada (ADRIC).

ADRIC is Canada’s preeminent self-regulatory professional Dispute Resolution organization. It provides education and certification, promotes ethical standards and professional competency, and advocates for all forms of ADR for public and private disputes.

Jennifer D. Pereira, Q.C. and Sean M. Sinclair recognized as Benchmark Litigation Future Stars

Jennifer D. Pereira, Q.C. and Sean M. Sinclair have been recognized as Benchmark Litigation Future Stars!

Benchmark Litigation is the definitive guide to the leading litigation law firms and lawyers around the world.

Research is conducted through extensive interviews with litigators, dispute resolution specialists and their clients to identify the leading litigators and firms.

Congratulations, Jennifer and Sean!

Robertson Stromberg announces the launch of the SK Estate Law blog

We are pleased to announce the launch of our new Estate Law blog.

The Saskatchewan Estate Law blog is dedicated to providing practical, real-world information on Estate Law issues that affect Saskatchewan residents.

The blog is written by RS lawyer, James Steele, whose practice focuses on estate litigation.

Check out the blog here and join the discussion.

 

SCA Seminar: Understanding Employment Law Through COVID-19

Understanding Employment Law Through COVID-19

February 25 | 9-10am

Presented by Candice Grant

Are you uncertain about how to handle recent changes to employment law as a result of COVID-19?

Members of the Saskatoon Construction Association can join Candice Grant on February 25 as she discusses the recent changes to the employment law landscape and what employers should consider under COVID-19.

Register here.

Allan M. Haubrich celebrates 50 years as a member of the Law Society of Saskatchewan

We are proud to celebrate Allan M. Haubrich, Q.C., who has achieved the incredible milestone of 50 years with the Law Society of Saskatchewan.

The Law Society of Saskatchewan serves the public interest and advances the administration of justice by regulating the competence and integrity of the practice of law in a flexible and innovative manner, ensuring the independence of the legal profession, and promoting access to justice.

Congratulations, Allan!

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