Kendelle L. Pollitt has left Baker, Newby to join Waterstone Law Group’s Langley office effective Sept. 5, 2006 where she will be practicing personal injury and general civil litigation.
Nicole McLoughlin has joined the firm of McQuarrie Hunter as an associate where she will be practicing in the office located at 10430 - 144th Street in Surrey in the areas of general corporate and commercial law and real property law.
Murray Rankin, QC has left Arvay Finlay to join the firm of Heenan Blaikie. He will work out of their Victoria office.
Gail Sahota has joined the firm Gosal & Company where she will practice in the area of WCB and CPP Disability Appeals.
Catherine W. Chow is now the Director of Legal Services of Keg Restaurants. Previously, she practiced in property and business law at notable firms in downtown Calgary and Vancouver.
Amber Van Drielen has joined the firm of McQuarrie Hunter as an associate where she will be practicing at the New Westminster office in the areas of general litigation and personal injury.
Ari M. Shack, formerly of Taylor Wray Business Lawyers, has joined Synergy Business Lawyers where he will continue his practice of corporate and commercial law as well as private financing.
The Quadra Legal Centre of Victoria (www.quadralegal.com) is pleased to announce that Karrie Wolfe will be joining Colin Robinson, Mary Mouat, Odette Coccola and Mike Holmes in the practice of law.
As of August 14, 2006, Hardeep Sangha has joined the Attorney General of B.C., Criminal Justice Branch as a prosecutor in Surrey, B.C. He previously practiced as a barrister at Allan Francis Pringle in Vernon, B.C.
Jennifer A. Scott has joined Charron Favell Anctil as a partner. In 2005, Ms. Scott founded Urban Law (www.UrbanLaw.ca), a boutique firm in Kitsilano. E-mail Jennifer at Jennifer@CFA-Lawyers.com and Jennifer@UrbanLaw.ca.
Tako Van Popta has been appointed Managing Partner of the firm of McQuarrie Hunter. Tako practices at McQuarrie Hunter’s Surrey Office in the areas of corporate and commercial law and real estate development.
This article was published in the December 2006 issue of BarTalk. © 2006 The Canadian Bar Association. All rights reserved.