TDS Congratulates our New Lawyers on their Call to the Bar


published 06/20/2024

Thompson Dorfman Sweatman LLP (TDS) congratulates Jessie Anton, Julia Beal, Sipy Brar, Dion Cheung, Peirce Dickson, Heather Hughes, Sonya Mann and Noah Soenen on their Call to the Bar.

We are thrilled to have them joining the firm as associates.

Jessie Anton will be practising in a variety of areas including corporate/commercial law, corporate tax law, construction law, and commercial/civil litigation.

Julia Beal will be practising in corporate and commercial law.

Sipy Brar will be practising in corporate and commercial law.

Dion Cheung will be practising in a variety of areas including corporate and commercial, real estate and development, and litigation.

Peirce Dickson will be practising in litigation and dispute resolution in the tax audit, appeals and collection processes.

Heather Hughes will be practising in the areas of intellectual property, wills & estates and corporate & commercial law.

Sonya Mann will be practising in corporate and commercial law, with a focus on financing and secured lending transactions.

Noah Soenen will be practising in corporate and commercial law.

Please join us in congratulating our new associates as they leave behind their student years and embark upon careers as practising lawyers with TDS. 

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