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Changes Afoot at Sack Goldblatt Mitchell

December 16, 2014

All of us at Sack Goldblatt Mitchell extend our warmest congratulations to Jeffrey Sack and Michael Mitchell on launching new careers.

Jeffrey is leaving the firm to act exclusively as an arbitration board panelist.

Michael is leaving the firm to act as a mediator/arbitrator in labour and other matters.

We thank Jeffrey and Michael for their decades of providing the highest quality legal representation to our clients, and for their longstanding commitment to all of us as colleagues.

We will soon be formally continuing our law practice under our new name: Goldblatt Partners. However, until we dot all the i’s and cross all the t’s, we will remain Sack Goldblatt Mitchell.

Although we are bidding adieu to Jeffrey and Michael, we are also delighted to welcome our newest associates:

Louis Century – Louis recently joined our growing civil litigation practice. Prior to joining the firm, he clerked at the Supreme Court of Canada.

Ben Katz – Ben articled with us last year and has joined the firm’s construction industry labour relations practice.

Danielle Leon Foun Lin – Danielle is a member of our labour law group and represents clients in both official languages. Her practice focuses on grievance arbitration and collective bargaining in the education sector. She also acts for clients in professional disciplinary proceedings.

Frances Mahon – Frances articled with the firm last year and has joined our criminal and constitutional law practice groups, where she works closely with Marlys Edwardh and Daniel Sheppard.

Cassandra Porter – Cassandra joined our growing Aboriginal law practice after clerking at the Federal Court. She represents clients in Ontario and Quebec in both official languages.

Erin Simpson – Erin is a former summer student who went on to clerk at the Supreme Court of Canada. She recently returned to the firm, where she has joined our labour law practice.