Yearly Archives - 2016

Doug Martinson Receives Gold Again

For the second consecutive year, Doug Martinson was voted by the readers of the Mountain View Gazette as the top lawyer, receiving Gold in the Best Lawyer Category for the 2016 Readers' Choice Awards.   Martinson & Harder was also recognized in the Best Historical Building Category, winning Bronze for our Main Office location in Olds, AB.   Thank you to all of our loyal clients and the greater Mountain View County community for your support.  It is a pleasure serving you!

Congratulations Dan and Heather!

We would like to give a heartfelt congratulations to our articling students, Dan Jackson and Heather Koltusky who were called to the bar on July 28 and Aug 3 respectively.  Both Dan and Heather will be staying on with Martinson & Harder and are looking forward to providing quality legal services to our clients.

Home Buyers Information Session June 22

Thinking about buying a new home?  Daniel McPherson will be one of several speakers at a Wine and Cheese function for  home buyers hosted by Mountain View Credit Union on June 22 at 7 pm, at their Olds branch.  In addition to M&H's lawyers, Rick Cowling and Associates with CIR, Genworth Insurance, and the financial team at Mountain View Credit Union will all be present to answer your questions. For more information please see the Home Buyers Poster. Please RSVP to or...

We will be at the Senior Wellness Fair on June 9

Martinson & Harder will be one of the vendors at the Senior Wellness Fair to be held June 9, from 9 until noon at the Olds and District Evergreen Centre located at 5237-52nd Street.  Stop by and talk to us about our estate planning services.   (more…)

Employment Law for Businesses Seminar

On April 21, 2016, Martinson & Harder will be presenting at a seminar hosted by the Didsbury Chamber of Commerce that will explore employers’ and employees’ rights and obligations. We hope to see you there. Please see the DCC Poster for more information.  

Bill 6 Article in the Mountain View Gazette

Mountain View Gazette has published an article written by our articling student, Heather Koltusky, which outlines the new requirements introduced by Bill 6. You can read the full article on their website.   We have provided some additional information if you still have questions about the changes.   (more…)