JML is hiring! We’re looking for two exceptional lawyers to join our construction and family law practice areas. For details, click here.
Dinyar Marzban, QC, and Scott Booth have been recognized among the top 5 family law volunteers in CLEBC’s Most Prolific Volunteers: 1996 to 2016 – with Dinyar in the top 10 and Scott in the top 20 for all lawyers and practice areas in the Province over the last 20 years. JML partner John Logan was also recognized for his contributions in the Construction Law area. The list honours the outstanding commitment of those volunteers who have contributed their time and expertise most frequently to CLEBC as course chairs and presenters, authors, reviewers and in other ways, over the past 20 years. To view, visit http://www.cle.bc.ca/News/News_Archive/16-most-prolific-contributors.html
The 2016 Canadian Lexpert Directory rates JML as one of the top firms in both Construction and Family Law in BC. JML ranks as one of the top three Leading Vancouver mid-sized firms in Construction Law, with John Logan one of the most frequently recommended practitioners, and Mike Demers and Tim Peters repeatedly recommended. In Family Law, Dinyar Marzban, QC, is one of two consistently recommended leading practitioners and Scott Booth is repeatedly recommended.
JML welcomed 150 clients and friends to our Sixth Construction Law Briefing on March 2.
If you weren’t able to join us, you can view the presentations by clicking here.
In August 2016, Bill Veenstra took office as Vice President of the Canadian Bar Association, BC Branch.
On September 27, 2016 John Logan will speak at a conference on Project Delivery Models organized by the Affinity Institute. http://www.affinityinstitute.ca/media/PDM2016.pdf
John Logan will co-chair the annual Construction Law seminar for the Continuing Legal Education Society of BC on November 1, 2016.
David Claassen was elected Chair of the Canadian Bar Association – British Columbia Construction Section. David published an article in the May/June issue of Construction Business, titled “Be Careful What You Estimate”.