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Richmond is one of Canada’s most diverse cities, and one of the reasons we choose to practice law here and raise our families here. It’s also the place where we enjoy engaging with the community.

On this page, we’ll update you on important legal updates with bulletins, presentations and articles by our lawyers. We also invite you to connect with us via LinkedIn, Facebook and Twitter where we can learn about your news and updates.

 

June 3rd, 2014

Ed Montague teamed up today with Joel Feldman, founder of End Distracted Driving to give a compelling presentation to students at Notre Dame Regional Secondary School in Vancouver about the dangers of distracted driving.  The presentation highlighted that distracted driving is the largest cause of youth-involved crashes in B.C., and now causes…

June 3rd, 2014

Ed Montague recently provided some Canadian content to a trial lawyers conference south of the border when he was a featured speaker at the North Dakota Association for Justice Spring Seminar in Fargo, North Dakota May 15-16, 2014, on the topic of “Direct Examination of the Plaintiff – A Diamond…

May 26th, 2014

Zahra Jimale recently spoke to the graduating students of BC Notaries about the Family Law Act (FLA).  Subsequently, Zahra was featured in The Scrivener, in an article written by Laurie Salvador, When a spouse is not a spouse…

April 29th, 2014

We recently helped Ralph May, Partner at Campbell Froh May & Rice celebrate his 65th birthday! Ralph is a life-long Richmond resident and has been practicing law with the firm for 40 years. Ralph is an active and passionate member of the Richmond community and continues to work to better…

April 25th, 2014

At Campbell Froh May and Rice we are passionate about the community we live in. Giving back is our way of supporting our community and helping it to grow and prosper. Here are some events that we are supporting this spring: April 26 – Jamie Booth Golf Classic – The tournament honours the…

April 24th, 2014

It is unlikely that clients will need to update their will as a result of WESA, but it is advisable that clients review their will every five years to ensure your intentions are up to date. Contact us for more information. Many reforms to the Act modernize this area of law…

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