Marc Kemerer, a partner in Blaneys' Architectural/Construction/Engineering Services (ACES) Group, appears again as a guest blogger on BuzzBuzzHome, with his article, "Through the Looking Glass Safely: Glass Balcony Guards".
Michael Penman, a senior partner in Blaneys' Commercial Litigation Group, appeared on a panel discussion for CTV News Channel (Rogers 62), Friday, December 9, 2011, discussing the sale of Maple Leaf Sports and Entertainment Limited (MLSEL) to Rogers and Bell.
"Make your Trade-mark a Priority - It Might Be Your Most Valuable Asset," co-authored by Sheldon Inkol, originally published in the December 2011 issue of Blaneys on Business, has been referenced in the daily newsfeed service of the World Trademark Review on Decem
Danielle Stone's remarks at the ACES Group client seminar on November 15, 2011, are quoted extensively in an article, "New Construction will bring 'LEED-igation'," in December 8, 2011, edition of the Daily Commercial News.
Blaneys partner, Ian S. Epstein, was a speaker at the Independent Financial Brokers of Canada Fall Summit, held on November 1- 2, 2011 in Toronto, on the subject “How Financial Advisors Can Protect Themselves from E&O Claims”.
Blaneys partner, Roger J.
Janet Bobechko, chair of Blaneys’ Environmental Law Group, co-presented the session, “Legally Green: The Legal Implications of Going Green”, at the National Green Building Conference held in Toronto November 30 – December 1, 2011.
Janet Bobechko co-chaired the Ontario Bar Association CLE program, The Ins-and-Outs of Infrastructure Development: Managing Environmental Risks on November 30, 2011. Todd Latham from ReNew Canada was the moderator for the “Infrastructure Challenges” session and Tariq Taherbhai, Legal Counsel from Infrastructure Ontario was a speaker.
Condo 101, a three-hour seminar for municipal planning staff written and presented by Blaneys partners, Tammy Evans and Marc Kemerer, got a positive review in the November 29, 2011 issue of Liaison, the Government Relations e-Newsletter of the Building Industry and Land Development Association (BILD).