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Nathan R. Bauder of Prince George has left the firm of Hope Heinrich to join Tyo Law Corporation and will continue practising family and aboriginal law.
Following seven rewarding years as the Sea-to-Sky Crown, Greg Diamond has opened his own practice in Whistler. Diamond & Associates provides litigation services in criminal, personal injury and employment law.
Hunter Gordon, previously of Ministry of Attorney General, is now consulting in provincial sales tax advisory and counsel work. See related classified ad on page 32.
After 16+ rewarding years with Peterson Stark Scott, AnnaMarie Laing has joined the Trusts, Wills and Estates group at Fasken Martineau DuMoulin.
Jonathan M. Lazar has joined Kahn Zack Ehrlich Lithwick, in Richmond, B.C., where he will continue to practise family and general civil litigation.
Edward Lyszkiewicz has now joined Somers & Company where he continues to practise civil litigation.
Marina Morgan, formerly of Shapiro Hankinson & Knutson, has opened a new practice where she will continue as counsel in civil and commercial litigation and criminal law.
Josephine Margolis Nadel joined PricewaterhouseCoopers as Director, Centre for Entrepreneurs and Family Business to advise on succession, strategic, governance and family business planning.
Sara E. Pope has moved her law practice from Vancouver to Victoria. Focusing on resort and real estate development, Sara represents developers throughout B.C. and is expanding her practice to include Vancouver Island.
Darcy Wray, Carl Jacobson and Brian Rudy are pleased to announce that they have left the firm of Taylor Wray and are continuing their practice as commercial solicitors with Synergy Business Lawyers, in Vancouver.
This article was published in the April 2004 issue of BarTalk. © 2004 The Canadian Bar Association. All rights reserved.