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CHAMBERS USA RECOGNIZES BEIRNE, MAYNARD & PARSONS PARTNERS

Beirne, Maynard & Parsons partners Jeffrey Parsons and Patrick Johnson were re-selected as ranked lawyers in Chambers USA 2015 for Insurance (Texas, Band 4) and Bankruptcy/Restructuring law (Louisiana, Band 2) respectively.

Jeffrey Parsons is a founding partner of Beirne, Maynard & Parsons with more than 30 years of trial experience. He has counseled clients across multiple industries and practice areas with significant experience in complex insurance coverage disputes. More…

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THOMAS SARTWELLE CO-AUTHORS A CHAPTER ON CEREBRAL PALSY FOR THE AMERICAN COLLEGE OF LEGAL MEDICINE’S PUBLICATION “LEGAL MEDICINE AND MEDICAL ETHICS”

Legal Medicine and Medical Ethics, 9th Ed.

Beirne, Maynard & Parsons partner Thomas Sartwelle together with Dr. James C. Johnston M.D.,J.D. contributed a chapter “Cerebral Palsy Litigation: A Continuing 21st Century Epidemic” to the recently published American College of Legal Medicine textbook Legal Medicine and Medical Ethics. The American College of Legal Medicine is the official AMA organization authorized to examine and issue Board Certifications to physicians in the field of legal medicine. This book is the official study guide for physicians taking the legal medicine written examination for certification by the American Board of Legal Medicine. More…

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Media interviews David Austin

Various media outlets interviewed David Austin on the Lax Kw’alaams rejection of a $1.1-billion cash and land offer to support Petronas’ $11-billion LNG project in Prince Rupert. Should the project move forward against the First Nation’s wishes, “it would be a very complex case. Would an LNG developer be patient while it was winding its way through the courts, or would it seek alternatives in another part of the world?” asks David. Learn more about this “$36-billion question.” David also says “The devil is in the details, but risk is definitely being allocated to taxpayers,” in an article by The Globe and Mail.

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recop electronic gmbh: Investorenprozess hat begonnen

Gut einen Monat nach dem Antrag auf Eröffnung des Insolvenzverfahrens läuft der Geschäftsbetrieb des Kasseler Anlagenbauers recop electronic gmbh stabil, Kunden und Lieferanten unterstützen den Sanierungskurs. Unterdessen hat die Suche nach einem Investor begonnen.

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Business in Vancouver interviewed David Austin

Business in Vancouver interviewed David Austin on the Lax Kw’alaams rejection of a $1.1-billion cash and land offer to support Petronas’ $11-billion LNG project in Prince Rupert. Should the project move forward against the First Nation’s wishes, “it would be a very complex case. Would an LNG developer be patient while it was winding its way through the courts, or would it seek alternatives in another part of the world?” asks David. Learn more about this “$36-billion question.”

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Evidence Mounts on the Benefits for Children of Working Mothers

Maxine NeuhauserI have long felt that the debate over working mothers versus stay-at-home moms is largely fueled by a desire to perpetuate perceived (though not necessarily actual) cultural norms. Why should we feel guilty about working? Many women work outside the home because they must, but the truth is that necessity does not equate to reluctance.

Many of us want to work and feel that doing so benefits not just ourselves, but our families. And The New York Times recently reported on a study of 50,000 adults in 25 countries that backs us up.  The study showed that having a working mother yielded “economic, educational and social benefits for children of both sexes.” This is great news for women who must work and also for those who choose to do so.

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RSS’s up-and-comers partner with McCord Museum

May 19, 2015 — For nearly a century, the McCord Museum has served as a means of chronicling Montréal and Quebec’s social history. And for nearly a century, RSS has played a part in diversifying and enriching the social fabric of Montréal society.

Therefore, it is no surprise that, on Friday, May 8, a dozen of the firm’s young lawyers and articling students attended with great enthusiasm the latest edition of the Sugar Ball, a major fundraising event benefitting the McCord Museum Foundation.

The firm’s support is evidenced most eloquently by Gérald Kounadis’ involvement in the ball’s Organizing Committee.

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Jason Novak on the jury for a Young Bar debating competition

May 19, 2015 — On Tuesday, June 9, the Young Bar of Montréal will be hosting the 2015 edition of its English Oratory Competition. Jason S. Novak, winner of similar competitions, will be acting as a member of the jury, for a change.

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HOMS ‘Fittest Company Challenge’ Winners Announced (19.5.2015)

The 2015 winners of the Holmes O’Malley Sexton, Solicitors ‘Fittest Company Challenge’ were presented with their trophies at a prize-giving event at HOMS’ offices at Bishopsgate, Henry Street, Limerick, on Wednesday 13th May 2015. HOMS sponsor the ‘Fittest Company Challenge’ as part of the 2015 Barrington Hospital Great Limerick Run event, which took place on Sunday 3rd May 2015.

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2015 William J. O’Neill Great Lakes Regional Bankruptcy Institute (Opincar)

New Age of Bankruptcy: How Technological, Economic, and Legal Changes are Affecting Bankruptcy Practice

Sponsored by the CMBA’s Bankruptcy & Commercial Law Section

The 2015 O’Neill is scheduled for May 19 and 20 at the CMBA Conference Center, 1375 East Ninth Street, 2nd Level – One Cleveland Center, Cleveland, OH 44114.

May 19th
2:30pm

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