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Campbell, Marr LLP

is proud to announce the inclusion of David I. Marr in the Ninth Edition of the Best Lawyers in Canada in the practice areas of construction law, insurance law, personal injury litigation and product liability law.

Tapper Cuddy LLP

is pleased to announce two of its lawyers have been selected by their peers for inclusion in the Best Lawyers in Canada 2014 list. Robert L. Tapper, Q.C. for personal injury litigation law and defamation and media law, and Richard W. Schwartz for insolvency and financial restructuring law.

Prophet Business Group

welcomes Graham O'Bray to its growing team of Microsoft Dynamics GP accounting software consultants. Currently completing the certified general accountants Manitoba program, O'Bray's accounting expertise coupled with extensive customer-service experience will bring tremendous value to Prophet's clients.

Hill Sokalski Walsh Trippier

would like to congratulate Dave Hill on being included in the Eighth Edition of the Best Lawyers in Canada in six practice areas including alternative dispute resolution, bet-the-company litigation, corporate and commercial litigation and insurance law. Hill has also been named Best Lawyers' 2014 Winnipeg Corporate and Commercial Litigation Lawyer of the Year. Congratulations also to Bob Sokalski on being included in the practice area of defamation and media law.

Taylor McCaffrey LLP

is proud to announce the following 19 lawyers were recently selected by their peers for inclusion in the Best Lawyers in Canada 2014 list: Douglas Finkbeiner QC (banking and finance, corporate law); David R.M. Jackson (banking and finance, corporate and commercial litigation, insolvency and financial restructuring); Fred Klein (real estate law); Sharon E. Kravetsky (family law); Darrell Kreel (family law); Timothy A. Kurbis (corporate law); Patricia Lane (family law); Frank Lavitt (tax law); David Marshall (real estate law); Grant Mitchell QC (labour and employment law); John A. Myers (intellectual property law); Jeffrey J. Palamar (labour and employment law); Jennifer A. Pfuetzner (trusts and estates); Lawrence Pinsky (family law); Patrick Riley (appellate law, corporate and commercial litigation); Brian D. Sexton (tax law); Norman K. Snyder (corporate law, securities law); James M. Stoffman QC (family law); Devan Towers (entertainment law). In addition, the following lawyers have been named Best Lawyers' 2014 Lawyers of the Year: David R.M. Jackson, Best Lawyers' 2014 Winnipeg Insolvency and Financial Restructuring; Timothy A. Kurbis, Best Lawyers' 2014 Winnipeg Corporate Law; David Marshall, Best Lawyers' 2014 Winnipeg Real Estate Law and Brian D. Sexton, Best Lawyers' 2014 Winnipeg Tax Law.

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Republished from the Winnipeg Free Press print edition August 19, 2013 B5

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