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lan’s Vancouver office. Alanna Mackenzie departs from Dunnaway, Jackson,
Ouellet & Associates, joining Robert Fleming Lawyers.
Kiran Sidhu jumps from Richards Buell Sutton to join Lindsay Kenney. The
Vancouver office of DLA Piper welcomes Stephen Wintermute, previously
with Stikeman Elliott. Rose Keith shut down Rose Keith Law Corp. to join
Harper Grey as associate counsel. Alexander Holburn Beaudin + Lang welcomes
back Eric Lundberg following his sojourn with McLean & Armstrong.
Sarah Bell-Etkin moves back from Ontario to join Chandler Fogden
Aldous Law Corporation. Jeffrey Hernaez moves from Fasken to Lawson
Lundell. Cory Sully also joins Lawson Lundell, moving from Norton Rose
Fulbright. Sandy (Ningyan) Wang is now with Fasken, having been a sole
practitioner under the banner Sandy Wang Law Corporation. Daniel Kiselbach
takes his tax expertise from Deloitte Tax Law to Miller Thomson.
Ingrid Otto leaves her post as general counsel and executive director of the
Health Employers Association of BC to join Harris & Co. as associate counsel.
After 24 years with Salley Bowes Harwardt, Paul A. Bowes and Victor
Harwardt decamp to join Harper Grey as associate counsel.
J. Luke Zacharias, Brian Vickers, Brittany D. Corwin and Trent M.
Zoobkoff, all formerly with Baker Newby, have busted out on their own to
start a firm known as Zacharias, where they will practise personal injury
and general civil litigation. Michael E. Airton lands at the office of the Public
Guardian and Trustee, saying goodbye to his former colleagues at Hoogbruin
& Company. Tess Acton moves to Embarkation Law Corporation
from Maynard Kischer Stojicevic.
The wedding of Henry VII and Elizabeth of York in 1486, which unified the
houses that had fought in the War of the Roses, was the occasion of the first
recorded fireworks display in England.
Justice M. Joyce DeWitt-Van Oosten, formerly of the B.C. Supreme Court,
has been appointed as a justice of the B.C. Court of Appeal and an ex officio
justice of the Yukon Court of Appeal. She replaces Justice S.D. Frankel,
who elected supernumerary status effective April 1, 2019.
Appointed to the Court of Appeal in 2005, Justice Pamela Kirkpatrick retired
on February 15, 2019. She was a trial judge prior to that, starting in 1992.
The Supreme Court also saw some retirements and changes in status. Justice
Ian Meiklem retired on December 27, 2018. Justice Jane Dardi retired
on January 1, 2019. Justice Robert Sewell elected supernumerary status on
January 22, 2019. Justice Brenda Brown did the same on February 19, 2019.