Happy (almost) Halloween! This past month, our clients were busy with blogging, volunteering, and sharing news and information on the topics that matter to their clients. Take a look at some of the things they’ve been up to:
- Kelowna law firm Pushor Mitchell closed its doors this past Tuesday for an excellent reason: their lawyers and staff were participating in the United Way Days of Caring campaign, helping out at seven different community organizations across the city (you can see photos from the day’s events here — looks like they had a blast!).
- Trade law firm Woods, LaFortune LLP was proud to announce that managing partner Gordon LaFortune was named by the Corporate LiveWire Legal Awards judging panel as “one to watch in 2016” in public procurement law, and Catherine Walsh blogged about two essential clauses to use in international contracts to save yourself legal headaches.
- Ontario divorce lawyer Russell Alexander continued to blog on a fascinating range of cases coming out of Ontario family law courts, posted another installment of his “5 Divorce Questions from Across Canada” interview series, and shared several videos, including one that explains what the lawyer’s job is during a divorce case.
- Rhode Island eldercare lawyer Mark Heffner shared an interesting event: a lecture by world-renowned Alzheimer’s Disease researcher and author, Dr. Rudy Tanzi, who spoke earlier this week on the theme of “Ending Alzheimer’s by 2025“.
- Southern Ontario personal injury firm Van Dyke Law Office introduced their office staff and shared some dos and don’ts for undergoing an independent medical exam.
- California personal injury firm Cutter Law posted to their blog on metal-on-metal hip replacements: there’s been a Class 1 Profemur recall, and a Wright Conserve trial will soon begin in Georgia.
- Canadian tax law firm Thorsteinssons was pleased to share that Chambers and Partners 2016 named Warren Mitchell, Paul Gibney, Michael Colborne, and Matthew Williams in their Canada Tax list .
That’s all for now; we’ll be back next month with another update.