At Singleton Reynolds, our people are what makes us great. We come together every day with the common goal of providing exceptional legal services and ensuring we go above and beyond for each and every client.
The range of backgrounds of the partners, counsel, associates and staff of Singleton Reynolds enables us to offer a broad range of services.
Singleton Reynolds’ lawyers spend a significant amount of time researching and thinking about how industry or legislative changes could affect your business.
Singleton Urquhart Reynolds Vogel LLP is recognized as a leader in construction and infrastructure, insurance, commercial litigation, real estate and business law.
Singleton Reynolds has offices to serve you in Vancouver and Toronto.
Singleton Reynolds believes in community. Our team members are teaching at Canadian universities and abroad, lecturing the next generation of lawyers.
How was Singleton Reynolds first established? Find out more here.
Recognizing the leadership that contributes to the company successes.
Singleton Reynolds prides itself in being a leader in corporate social responsibility. We encourage diversity, charity, mentorship, civic dedication and neighbourhood support.
Singleton Reynolds strives to understand the balance between your career and your personal goals and encourages our legal and operations staff in the pursuit of their interests outside of the firm.
Our goal is to develop strong lawyers from student right through to partner. Mentoring and training start when you are a student and continue throughout your practice.
We are always on the lookout for talented professionals to contribute to our team. Singleton Reynolds offers a professional and challenging work environment, with a competitive compensation and benefits package.
In September, Barbara Cornish and Jeffrey Hand presented a one-day seminar designed to introduce young litigators to alternate dispute resolution. Over 25 lawyers from across the province attended the session — ‘Negotiation Skills and Mediation Advocacy for Young Lawyers’.
November proved to be a busy month. Veronica Rossos welcomed clients to a seminar on ‘Employee Privacy, Bullying and New Technology — An Employer’s Quagmire’. Given our changing world, the topic was timely and very well received. As well, the seminar was accredited by the Human Resources Management Association.
Veronica and her SU colleagues, Scott Brearley and Kelly Ann Maw, also made a presentation to the B.C. Society of Fellows of the Insurance Institute of Canada on another timely topic — the ‘Attack of the Drones’, namely the emerging insurance and privacy law implications of commercial and recreational drone technology in B.C. and Canada.
Scott along with Steve Vorbrodt also led a discussion for Insurance Brokers Association of British Columbia members on claims and coverage issues in commercial general litigation policies and beyond, including wrap-up policies, builder’s risk and professional liability insurance.
SU held a vintage, circus-themed event in November honoring our amazing female clients. A major highlight was an exciting karate demo for our guests by Mark Stacey, a 6th degree black belt in karate and an instructor at the Kingsway Odokan karate dojo in Vancouver, and one of his students, Rita Ngo, a 1st degree black belt who has been training at the Odokan dojo for 11 years. At the same time, many toiletries were gathered for The Lipstick Brigade, a local organization co-founded by Melanie Samuels that provides services to women in shelters throughout the Lower Mainland.
Last issue of Letter of the Law we neglected to mention that Avon Mersey Q.C. joined Derek Brindle Q.C. at the Straus Institute for Dispute Resolution at Pepperdine School of Law in Malibu, California, where they both recently completed advanced mediation training.
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