Bar Moves | April 2019

  • April 01, 2019
Who's Moving Where and When
Maggie Campbell
has been admitted to Roper Greyell’s partnership, effective January 1, 2019. She regularly conducts investigations and advises clients on human rights and employment issues.
Mike Hamata
has been promoted to partnership at Roper Greyell, effective January 1, 2019. He practises in all areas of employment and labour law, primarily as a litigation lawyer.
Stephen D. Holmes
is moving from Borden Ladner Gervias down the road to Synergy Business Lawyers LLP where he will continue his cross-border business tax, securities and business law practice.
Kirsten McGhee
is now a partner with Jones Emery Hargreaves Swan LLP. Kirsten is a solicitor and practises in estate planning and administration, adoption, and residential real estate.
Brian Beitz
is now a partner with Jones Emery Hargreaves Swan LLP. Brian is a solicitor, practising in corporate and commercial law and real estate.
Ryan Green
is now a partner with Jones Emery Hargreaves Swan LLP. Ryan’s practice focuses on tax planning and resolving tax disputes.
Katie Comley
has joined Miller Thomson’s Vancouver office as an associate in the labour and employment group.
Jada Tellier
has joined Miller Thomson’s Vancouver office as an associate in the commercial real estate group.
Dmitrii Terpylo
has joined the General Litigation group as an associate in the Langley office of Lindsay Kenney LLP. Dmitrii’s practice will focus on family law.
Sunny Aujla
recently became a partner at Hamilton Duncan where he continues to advise clients on matters relating to corporate/commercial, commercial finance, franchising and real estate.
Rory Morgan
recently became a partner at Hamilton Duncan where he continues to practice in the areas of personal injury.
Erin Tait
has been appointed managing partner at Koffman Kalef LLP. Erin joined the firm as an associate in 2004 and became a partner in 2008.
Matthew Cooperwilliams
has opened Cooperwilliams Law, practising in the areas of employment, labour and civil litigation for employers, businesses and employees.
Tess Acton
has joined Embarkation Law Corporation. She works with clients and businesses from around the world in all areas of immigration, refugee, and citizenship law.
Michael Airton
is leaving his personal injury practice of nearly ten years with Hoogbruin & Company to join the Public Guardian and Trustee of BC as legal counsel.
Brent Ellwyn
is now principal in Miller Titerle + Company Business Law group. Brent’s practice focuses on mergers and acquisitions, corporate reorganizations, trusts, commercial real estate, commercial law, and commercial lending.
Nicholas Valsamis
joined the Vancouver office of Pulver Crawford Munroe LLP in 2018. Nico practises in all areas of employment and labour law with a passion for alternative dispute resolution.
Marcia McNeil
joined the partnership at Pulver Crawford Munroe LLP and heads up the Victoria office. She practises in the areas of labour, employment and human rights law.
Susan P. Arnold
joined the Vancouver office of Pulver Crawford Munroe LLP. Susan’s expertise includes labour, employment, human rights, administrative law and expertise on matters under the BC Police Act.
Peter R. Sheen
joined the Vancouver office of Pulver Crawford Munroe LLP. Peter is recognized as a leading practitioner in labour and employment, human rights and privacy law.
Patricia Gallivan, QC
joined the Vancouver office of Pulver Crawford Munroe LLP. Patricia provides strategic and tactical advice to corporate and institutional clients in all areas of labour and employment law.
Benjamin Braun
joined Jamal Law Group as an associate. Benjamin articled in criminal law and will now be focusing on family law.
Miryam Burns
articled at Jamal Law Group and has remained at the firm working as an associate practising primarily in family law.
James Hsu
joins MEP Business Counsel as an associate with the Business Law group. James advises clients on workplace issues, and also employment related matters in the context of business transactions.

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