Richard Carlson | About
Richard is a partner at Cuelenaere LLP. He obtained his Bachelor of Commerce majoring in Finance in 1980 from the University of Saskatchewan and his Bachelor of Laws in 1981. He was admitted to the Saskatchewan Bar in 1982.
Richard regularly works in these areas:
- Business Advice & Agreements
- Sale of Shares | Sale of Business
- Incorporation, Partnerships
- Commercial Leases, Land Law
- Personal Property Security Law
- Civil Litigation
- Bankruptcy & Insolvency Issues
- Debtor - Creditor Problems | Collections
- Mortgage Foreclosure
- Court of Queen's Bench & Court of Appeal
- Real Estate - Residential & Commercial
- Wills & Estates
Richard has represented large and small clients, including chartered banks, trust companies, finance companies, major national shopping centre owners small businesses and individuals.
Community Service & Volunteer Positions
- Instructor at Saskatchewan Law Society Bar Admission Course 1998 - 2004.
- Former Chair of Sk. Business Law North, Canadian Bar Association
- Member, Canadian Bar Association
- Former Vice-President and National Director of Big Brothers & Sisters of Canada
- Former President of Big Brothers & Affiliated Big Sisters of Saskatchewan
- Former President of Big Brothers of Saskatoon, Inc.
- Saskatoon Brass Band Inc.
- Former Instructor with U of S Ballroom Dance Club
- Public Legal Education Speaker & Contributor to Debtor - Creditor Publication
- 722 Breakfast Club: Member and Web Designer
When not working or spending time with his Wife and Son, Richard enjoys playing the soprano cornet, photography, videography, physical fitness, latin & standard ballroom, computer technology, woodworking and the outdoors.
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