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Long Harbour Appoints Doug F. Robinson, QC to Its Advisory Board
By: Marketwire .
Feb. 5, 2013 03:00 PM
VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA -- (Marketwire) -- 02/05/13 -- LONG HARBOUR EXPLORATION CORP. (TSX VENTURE:LHC) (the "Company") is pleased to welcome Doug F. Robinson, QC to its Advisory Board.
Mr. Robinson's distinguished career encompasses over 30 years as corporate litigation counsel representing clients before all levels of courts and administrative tribunals. For the past 10 years he has been providing mediation and arbitration services on a broad range of corporate issues. The Harvard Law School trained mediator is well respected not only for his legal expertise, but also for his business acumen and expertise in advising wealth transfer and succession planning for high net worth families.
Peter Espig, LHC CEO, commented, "We are very fortunate to have an individual of Mr. Robinson's calibre further strengthen the ability of our Advisory Team. He has gained the trust of business and high net worth families because of a combination of strategic abilities and his integrity."
About Doug F. Robinson:
Doug Robinson QC has been a member of the B.C. Bar since 1973. He has served as a Director of the Law Institute of B.C., founding director of the B.C. Mediation Society, and the founding Chair of The Canadian Forum of Civil Justice. Doug has served his profession as an executive member and President of the Canadian Bar, B.C. branch and his University as President of the UBC Alumni Association.
Mr. Robinson has litigated and lectured on legal issues globally and during his legal practice was recognized by LEXPERT as one of the leaders in, construction and product liability litigation, and in BEST LAWYERS in Canada as a mediator. Since resigning as a senior partner at Lawson Lundell his focus of expertise has been on advising high net worth families on a variety of issues.
Doug Robinson graduated from the University of British Columbia with combined Bachelor of Commerce and LL.B degrees. He also rowed internationally for Team Canada and serves on the board of directors for several privately held companies.
About Long Harbour Exploration
Long Harbour Exploration currently holds two uranium properties in the Athabasca Basin, the world's leading source of high-grade uranium, and has entered into a letter of intent to form a business with CTT for the development and manufacturing of composite cargo containers. As news released November 21, 2012, Long Harbour will hold 70% of the Business. Subject to TSX-V approval, the Company plans to complete a change of business for the Company.
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