Will Hampton Completes Bar Admissions Program

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Congratulations to Will Hampton on completing the Bar Admissions Program and signing the roll at the Law Society of Saskatchewan. Will is now a member of the Law Society and is eligible to practice law in this province.

For more information about the Law Society of Saskatchewan’s Roll Book, click here.

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Robertson Stromberg ranked by Chambers Canada

Chambers Canada is an independent research company that delivers rankings and insight into the world’s leading lawyers. Leslie Prosser Q.C., Melvin A. Gerspacher, Q.C., and Christopher J.H. Donald, Q.C. have been recognized by Chambers Canada as reliable and effective...

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Jared Epp Receives the Chapter Award of Merit from Construction Specifications Canada (CSC)

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Congratulations to Jared Epp on receiving the Chapter Award of Merit from Construction Specifications Canada (CSC).

Jared received this honour in recognition of his work to advance the goals of the organization and for the betterment of the design and construction community. For more information about CSC click here.

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Jared Epp Successfully Advances Claim at Court of Appeal

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Alexandre and Epp Contribute to Prompt Payment Conference

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Alexandre and Epp Present to Construction Association

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Alexandre and Epp Present to Healthcare Engineers

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Moving Forward with Prompt Payment

Jared Epp's construction law article called "Moving Forward with Prompt Payment" was published in the summer issue of We Build, the magazine of the Saskatchewan Construction Association. The article concerns the upcoming changes to the Saskatchewan Builder's Lien Act....

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Jared Epp Quoted in Canadian Lawyer

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Negligent but not Liable

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Jared Epp joins Advisory Board

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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 community. It has been presented annually since 1999 to members of the Canadian Bar Association who have made exceptional contributions to our province. For more information about the award, click here.

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Saskatchewan Introduces Binding Pre-Trial Conferences

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Jared Epp elected President of Saskatchewan Trial Lawyers Association

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Congratulations to Jared Epp on his election as President of the Saskatchewan Trial Lawyers Association (STLA).

The STLA is a voluntary association of civil and criminal trial lawyers dedicated to the pursuit of justice through education and advocacy.  In its 37th year, the STLA supports lawyers to help the public obtain justice through a fair and accessible court system.

For more information about the STLA click here

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Jared Epp Successfully Advances Claim at Court of Appeal

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Alexandre and Epp Present to Construction Association

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Jared Epp Quoted in Canadian Lawyer

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Jennifer Pereira, Q.C. joins the Remai Modern Foundation Board

Congratulations to Jennifer Pereira, Q.C. on her appointment to the Remai Modern Foundation Board. The Remai Modern Foundation, incorporated in 2017, is a nonprofit foundation whose sole purpose is to support the mission and activities of Remai Modern. Donations, gifts and bequests are invested to generate income for acquisitions, research, major exhibitions and programming, to help sustain Remai Modern as a leading cultural institution.

For more information about the Remai Modern Foundation, click here.

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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.

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