It has been a little while since I last blogged. Between crazy winter weather, and a number of recent deadlines — both Canadian and U.S. — inclusive of a federal appeal involving the other side’s destruction of evidence, practice life has proven to be exceptionally busy. This is simply my explanation — not my excuse, as I recall days past where I would be updating this blog/posting while in the throes of the evening.
So, I am happy to report that the Canadian side of my practice continues to grow, while the U.S. side remains comfortably stable. It is a challenging period, with both litigation and transactional matters continuing to drive my practice forward. Also, I am coming to the end — at least, until the Fall — of my teaching at both St. Mary’s University (Commercial Law in the Sobey School of Business), as well as through NSCC (where I just finished a semester of teaching Commercial Law to an extraordinary group of managers employed by Staples).
Burnside Law continues to be a stable home, with a great group of ethical lawyers. The Firm continues to develop, and will soon formally launch its new website, BurnsideLaw.ca. Trust me, it is a huge improvement on its predecessor website.
Onward … into the hoped-for winter thaw …. In fulfilling a promise to my students, I am posting my picture with Barack Obama. 🙂