WINNIPEG, MANITOBA -- (Marketwired) -- 06/20/13 -- The partners of Thompson Dorfman Sweatman LLP (TDS Law) congratulate Lewis Allen, Cheryl Pearson, Erika Robson, Meghan Ross and Andrew Sain on their Calls to the Manitoba Bar and welcome each of them as new associate lawyers at TDS Law. Lewis, Cheryl and Andrew were all summer students at the firm prior to articling.
Lisa Stiver, Chair of the TDS Law Articling Students Committee, says: "We at TDS are very pleased to welcome these bright new lawyers to the firm. They will be a valuable addition to our team of lawyers as we continue to serve our clients in Manitoba, across Canada and internationally."
Lewis Allen's practice will focus primarily on the area of Corporate and Commercial Law. Cheryl Pearson will have a general practice with emphasis on Administrative Law, sexual abuse claims, Will and Estates and Family Law. Erika Robson's practice will be focused on Charities and Not-for-Profits, Corporate and Commercial Law, Intellectual Property, Property and Development and Trusts, Estates and Fiduciary Obligations. Meghan Ross will be focusing on Labour and Employment and Civil Litigation. Andrew Sain will be primarily focused on the areas of Civil and Commercial Litigation, with an emphasis on Insurance, Construction and Taxation matters.
ABOUT THOMPSON DORFMAN SWEATMAN LLP
A leading Manitoba-based law firm for business, employment, advocacy and dispute resolution, Thompson Dorfman Sweatman LLP (TDS Law) is the exclusive member firm in Manitoba for Lex Mundi - the world's leading network of independent law firms with in-depth experience in 100+ countries worldwide. In 2012, TDS Law celebrated 125 years in the legal community.
Mark E. Howe
Director of Client Relations
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