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Firm News & Events
January 30, 2015

McLeod Law LLP is pleased to announce the appointments of Jeff W. Moroz and David C. LeBoeuf to the partnership.

January 21, 2015

McLeod Law and BDO are pleased to co-host a presentation on Mutual Fund Trusts in the Exempt Market. This presentataion will explain how MFTs are structured and how they operate in the Exempt Market, including structure options, tax aspects, securities compliance, financial matters and converting to a MFT.

January 1, 2015

Jelena Markovic and Austin Paladeau explain what actually happens if you are injured at a ski resort and whether you can bring a personal injury claim against the ski resort operator. Click here for the article.

December 11, 2014

Brent Cooper and Vik Mall explain "Employer Hosting" in the Employment Law update, 'Keep the Holiday Cheer and Avoid the Liability when Hosting a Holiday Party for Employees.' Please click here to view.

January 6, 2015

January’s traffic safety campaign is focused on intersection safety through with important facts about intersection safety, and tips for drivers and pedestrians.

December 29, 2014

In a special feature of the Calgary Herald, Michael Kwiatkowski shares his story and talks about his journey to becoming a lawyer in the Calgary Law Review.

November 28, 2014

McLeod Law congratulates Brent Cooper on his recent election to the 2015 Board of Directors of the Calgary Chamber. For more information about the Chamber, click here.

Community Involvement

McLeod Law was pleased to sponsor the Calgary Opera Sunday Opera brunch performance, The Marriage of Figaro. 

Calgary Opera opens the 2014-15 main stage season with the Canadian premiere of the Pulitzer Prize winning opera Silent Night by Kevin Puts and Mark Campbell. It tells the story of a spontaneous truce on Christmas Eve 1914 when combatant troops laid down their weapons to celebrate the holiday together and bury their dead.