The Firm Announces the Admission of Two Lawyers to the Partnership

published 04/10/2014

WINNIPEG, MANITOBA--(April 10, 2014) - Thompson Dorfman Sweatman LLP is pleased to congratulate Jennifer McRae and Drew Mitchell on their admission to the Partnership.

Don Douglas, CEO and Managing Partner of TDS Law said, “We are very pleased to announce that Jennifer and Drew have accepted our invitation to join the Partnership.” Douglas added, “These two lawyers will continue to be a tremendous asset to our clients, their practice groups and the entire firm.”

Jennifer’s practice focuses primarily on business immigration, corporate and commercial law, intellectual property and commercial real estate transactions including sales, purchases and financing.

Drew’s practice is focused on corporate and commercial law, and can be divided into four areas: securities law, banking and finance, real estate and development, and a general corporate and commercial practice.

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