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07 February 2018

Nikki Charlton Presents to the Vancouver Police Department

Farris Partner Nikki Charlton recently co-presented on the topic of ‘Responding to High Conflict Family Disputes – Allegations, Alienation and Abuse’ to the Vancouver Police Department.

06 February 2018

Amanda Winters successfully defends appeal of order varying client’s support obligations

On February 6, 2018, the British Columbia Court of Appeal released a judgment in favour of a client of Farris’ Family Law Group, dismissing an appeal of an order to vary child and spousal support.

01 February 2018

Farris Welcomes Matthew Pierce and Timothy Louman-Gardiner to the Partnership

Farris, Vaughan, Wills & Murphy LLP is pleased to announce that Matthew W. Pierce (General Litigation) and Timothy Louman-Gardiner (General Litigation) have joined the partnership, effective February 1, 2018.

19 December 2017

Al Hudec and Denise Nawata Advise Laughing Stock Vineyards on its sale to Arterra Wines

Farris Partners Al Hudec and Denise Nawata advised Laughing Stock Vineyards in their sale to Arterra Wines Canada, Inc.

07 December 2017

Ryan Neely, Presents at CLE BC’s “WORKING YOUR WAY INTO CANADA 2017”

Ryan Neely, Immigration Head at Farris, was part of a panel presenting on the topic of Labour Market Impact Assessments at the Pan Pacific Hotel on October 13, 2017.

07 December 2017

Farris Partner Ludmila Herbst Q.C. Co-Authors Commercial Arbitration in Canada Update

Thomson Reuters Canada has recently released the 2017 update to Commercial Arbitration in Canada: A Guide to Domestic and International Arbitrations, which is co-authored and annually updated by Farris partner Ludmila Herbst, Q.C. The substantial looseleaf, which was first published in 2004, is one of Canada’s leading arbitration texts.

06 December 2017

Chris Wiebe and Ryan Neely Present at US Workplace Law Conference with Fisher Phillips, LLP

On December 5th, Chris Wiebe and Ryan Neely, presenting alongside Davis Bae, Regional Managing Partner for Fisher Phillips, LLP, advised attendees on current hot topics and updates to Canadian Immigration and Employment law at a US Workplace Law Seminar hosted by the Seattle office of Fisher Phillips, LLP.

04 December 2017

Yun Li-Reilly presents at CBA Children’s Law Meeting

Farris associate Yun Li-Reilly presented at the Canadian Bar Association Children’s Law Section Meeting on Tuesday, November 28, 2017.

30 November 2017

Karen Shirley-Paterson and Wayne Fernandes Present on ‘Compelling Reluctant Parties to Mediate’

On November 29, 2017, Farris partner, Karen Shirley-Paterson, and associate, Wayne Fernandes, presented on ‘Compelling Reluctant Parties to Mediate’ at the Family Law Advocates Group (FLAG) meeting.

27 November 2017

Ludmila Herbst, Q.C., Presents at Annual WCCAS Meeting

Farris partner Ludmila Herbst, Q.C., presented the case law update at the annual meeting of the Western Canada Commercial Arbitration Society (“WCCAS”) at the Fairmont Waterfront Hotel on November 25, 2017.

20 November 2017

Al Hudec presents on the Comeau Case in Las Vegas, Nevada

On Friday, November 17, 2017, Al Hudec presented at the CBA West 2017 Law Conference in Las Vegas, Nevada. Al spoke on The Comeau Case and Inter-Provincial Restrictions on Wine Trade.

17 November 2017

Bo Rothstein Named Lexpert Leading Lawyer Under 40

At a gala dinner in Toronto on November 16th, Farris partner Bo Rothstein was named a Lexpert Leading Lawyer Under 40.

17 November 2017

Arden Beddoes Successfully Appeals Injunction at the BC Court of Appeal

On November 15, 2017, the British Columbia Court of Appeal released a judgment in favour of Farris’ client, a documentary filmmaker, who had an injunction granted against him by the Vancouver Aquarium.

15 November 2017

Farris represents Diversified Royalty Corp. in $57.5 million bought deal

November 15, 2017 – A Farris team represented Diversified Royalty Corp. in its bought deal offering of $57.5 million aggregate principal amount of unsecured subordinated convertible debentures

09 November 2017

Catherine George appears at Supreme Court of Canada for case on lawyer incivility

On Monday, November 6, 2017, Catherine George appeared at the Supreme Court of Canada, along with Joseph Arvay, Q.C., for the hearing of Groia v. Law Society of Upper Canada, representing the interveners British Columbia Civil Liberties Association and the Criminal Defence Advocacy Society.

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