TDS Law Congratulates Lawyers on their Calls to the Bar


published 06/19/2014

The partners of Thompson Dorfman Sweatman LLP (TDS Law) congratulate Scott Christiansen, Russell Dufault, Catherine Hamilton, Kevin Jensen, Stephen Porco and Nicholas Woelcke on their Calls to the Manitoba Bar and welcome each of them as new associate lawyers at TDS Law.

Lisa Stiver, Chair of the TDS Law Students Committee, says: “We at TDS are very pleased that these bright young lawyers accepted our offers to join the firm as associates. They will be valuable additions to our team as we continue to serve our clients in Manitoba, across Canada and internationally.”

Scott Christiansen will practise primarily in the area of Labour and Employment Law. Russell Dufault will be focusing on Corporate and Commercial Law, Property and Development, Bankruptcy and Insolvency, and Intellectual Property. Catherine Hamilton’s practise will be focused on Labour and Employment, Civil Litigation, Property and Development and Corporate and Commercial Law. Kevin Jensen will practise primarily in the areas of Corporate and Commercial Law and Civil Litigation. Stephen Porco’s practice will be focused on Corporate and Commercial Law, Intellectual Property and Taxation. Nicholas Woelcke’s practice will be focused on Corporate and Commercial Law, and Property and Development.

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