Paul Frank & Collins Welcomes Associates to Firm

first_imgPaul, Frank & Collins, attorneys at law, is pleased to announce that Rebecca van Doren has joined the firm as an Associate. Ms. van Doren was admitted to the Vermont Bar on November 19, 2002, and will be concentrating her practice on general trial work, with a focus on intellectual property, including patent, copyright and trademark litigation, product liability, commercial litigation, and anti-trust matters.Ms. van Doren is a 1985 graduate (Dean’s List) of Arizona State University and a 1998 graduate of Arizona State University, College of Law (cum laude).Before joining Paul, Frank & Collins, Ms. van Doren worked as an Associate at Cohen, Kennedy, Dowd & Quigley, P.C. Ms. van Doren was also law clerk to the Hon. E.G. Noyes, Jr. of the Arizona Court of Appeals, and law clerk/bailiff for the Hon. Edward O. Ballinger of Maricopa County Superior Court in Phoenix, Arizona. Ms. van Doren is also admitted to the Arizona State Bar and the U.S. District Court in Arizona.Paul, Frank & Collins, is pleased to announce that Chris Leff has joined the firm as an Associate. Mr. Leff was admitted to the Vermont Bar on November 19, 2002, and will be concentrating his practice on corporate and tax law.Mr. Leff is a 1994 graduate (magna cum laude) of the University of Vermont and a 2001 graduate of the University of Minnesota Law School (magna cum laude).Before joining Paul, Frank & Collins, Mr. Leff worked in the Tax Department of Dorsey & Whitney, LLP in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Mr. Leff is also admitted to practice law in the state of Minnesota.Formed in 1968, Paul, Frank & Collins is a full-service law firm serving commercial, institutional and individual clients throughout the United States and Canada.last_img read more

Alaska Highway may be expanded

first_imgDavies says the City wants the Province to consider a phased approach for improving the area’s infrastructure deficit and expanding the highway.He does admit the highway’s length means it would be a considerable feat to completely expand. However, he says the City believes the biggest priority lies between Dawson Creek and just north of Fort Nelson because of the number of industrial vehicles that use that stretch of the highway.The next UBCM conference will be held in September. The largest highway into Fort St. John may be expanded, if City Council gets its way.On Monday, Fort St. John City Council approved a list of resolutions to take to the North Central Local Government Association which would then petition the Union of British Columbia Municipalities to ask the Province to become involved.- Advertisement -One of the resolutions included will ask the Ministry of Transportation to consider expanding the Alaska Highway from two lanes to four.It all comes down to safety, says City Councillor and acting Mayor Dan Davies.Davies says around 300,000 vehicles travel the highway each year.[asset|aid=3470|format=mp3player|formatter=asset_bonus|title=b9f04c9102dfadd4005fd88f4f61c45a-Davies Alaska Highway 1_1_Pub.mp3] Advertisementlast_img read more