March 29, 2011

Thompson Dorfman Sweatman LLP (TDS) partner Sarantos Mattheos has accepted a position as in-house counsel with KGS Group, a valued client of the firm. Sarantos commenced his practice with TDS in 1997 and has been a partner since 2005. Sarantos’ practice focused on dispute resolution and litigation relating to commercial issues, labour and employment law, health law, construction law, municipal law, products liability, personal injury, negligence, contractual and trust claims. Sarantos has particular experience in litigation involving injunctions relating to commercial and employment issues. The partners, associates and staff of TDS extend our best wishes to Sarantos as he embarks on another stage in his career in the law.

Anyone wishing to contact Sarantos regarding legal matters or other matters should contact the firm’s CEO and Managing Partner Donald Douglas. Don can be reached at 204.934.2466 or by Email at dgd@tdslaw.com.


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