WINNIPEG, MANITOBA–(Marketwire – November 4, 2014) – Thompson Dorfman Sweatman LLP (TDS Law) Announces Allan Fineblit, Q.C. – Appointed As Counsel To The Firm
The Partners of TDS Law are pleased to announce that, effective November 1, 2014, Allan Fineblit, Q.C. has agreed to accept an appointment as Counsel to the Firm. Previously, Allan was the Chief Executive Officer of The Law Society of Manitoba.
Allan intends to provide advice and representation to regulatory bodies and other individuals and organizations across Canada and internationally. His practice will be focused on professional regulation, governance, dispute resolution and arbitration.
Donald G. Douglas, CEO and Managing Partner of TDS Law, said: “We are honoured and extraordinarily pleased to welcome Allan to the firm. He is well-known and highly regarded both locally and nationally and will bring a new dimension to our ability to deliver high-level service to an ever increasing spectrum of clients.”
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