Legal icon opens law firm in Vancouver’s False Creek
Vancouver, B.C. – Art Vertlieb, QC, has opened Vertlieb & Co, a boutique law firm, the highly respected legal professional announced recently. The firm specializes in a range of legal services for clients including personal injury law, fraud, Internet harassment and cyberbullying.
Mr. Vertlieb is well-known in British Columbian and Canadian legal circles. A trial lawyer who has appeared in criminal and civil matters in all levels of court – provincial, federal and the Supreme Court of Canada – he also served as Commission Counsel to the Missing Women Commission of Inquiry, which looked into the mass murder of vulnerable women from the downtown eastside of Vancouver. He also served as Commission Counsel to the Braidwood Inquiry, which examined the safety of conducted energy weapons (Tasers) and the death of Robert Dziekansi. Mr. Vertlieb has been a leader in the legal field throughout his career and is a former president of the Law Society of British Columbia, former president and founding vice president of the Trial Lawyers Association of British Columbia, and chair and founding member of the Lawyers Assistance Program of British Columbia, to name a few.
Joining Mr. Vertlieb at Vertlieb & Co are lawyers Matthew Siren and David Georgetti, as well as designated paralegal Kamal Deol.
About Vertlieb & Co
Vertlieb & Co (www.vertlaw.ca) is one of Vancouver’s most respected boutique law firms. The Vertlieb & Co team is made up of experienced legal professionals with exceptional reputations – not just for winning cases, but also for providing their clients with sound advice and supporting them as they navigate the complex justice system (either provincially or federally). Acting as trusted advisors, they assist clients in dealing with serious matters such as personal injury claims, including orthopedic and brain injuries. They also specialize in online stalking, cyberbullying, urgent injunctions and asset freezing in relation to fraud.