Practical thinking — Practical advice.
To practise law is to provide a service, and really about helping clients work through issues or problems to find a solution or accomplish a goal.
Our role as your counsel is to make the confusing, understandable, and the difficult, easier. We pride ourselves on doing good work for our clients, whether it is a difficult litigation issue, a complex commercial transaction, or the drafting of a Will that reflects your last wishes.
Your success is our success.
December 5, 2013
Members of the firm took part in negotiation coaching sessions with University of Manitoba law students. These sessions involved live, constructive feedback to assist the students in developing their negotiation skills and strategy, thus applying classroom learning to actual negotiation situations. Kenneth J. Dalton worked with students on a mock shareholder agreement negotiation. Chelsea K.J. Livingstone took part in negotiation workshops with second year law students. Ainsley Rice and Brett Williams then judged the Robson Hall Negotiation competition.
November 26, 2013
Chris Wullum recently attended the Canadian Media Lawyers Association (CMLA) annual conference in Vancouver, of which he is a member. The CMLA consists of the leading media lawyers in Canada and advocates in the defence of free expression in media. Highlights of the conference included defamation law updates, issues concerning openness in the courts, and social media issues.