Julian Nahachewsky

2017 / 2018 Articling Student | Saskatoon

306.667.5631

Portrait of Julian Nahachewsky

Julian Nahachewsky received his Juris Doctor from the University of Saskatchewan in 2017. Prior to law school, Julian received his Bachelor of Commerce with Distinction, majoring in management from the Edwards School of Business at the University of Saskatchewan.

Throughout law school, Julian volunteered with a CLASSIC, a non-profit legal clinic serving the inner city of Saskatoon. He also acted as the member at large for the Corporate Law club and he was a two-time representative for the University of Saskatchewan at Law Games.

Prior to working at Miller Thomson, Julian competed for the Canadian national team in both triathlon and athletics representing Canada at various international competitions. Outside the office, Julian continues to train and live an active lifestyle enjoying time with family and friends.

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Another Harsh Lesson Learned Under the Farm Debt Mediation Act – This Time by a Landlord: HCI Ventures Ltd. v. S.O.L. Acres (2017 SKQB 264)

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Another Harsh Lesson Learned Under the Farm Debt Mediation Act – This Time by a Landlord: HCI Ventures LTD. v. S.O.L. Acres (2017 SKQB 264)

Introduction In a previous Communique post entitled Things You May Not Know About the Farm Debt Mediation Act, we discussed several aspects of how the federal Farm Debt Mediation Act (referred to throughout as the “FDMA” or the “Act”) operates,...

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Prairie Resilience: A Made-in-Saskatchewan Climate Change Strategy Brings Opportunities

In the Saskatchewan Strategy, introduced the first week in December after much delay, the Province of Saskatchewan is preparing to give large emitters, primarily in the agriculture, oil & gas and mining industries, the most varied compliance options anywhere in Canada....

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Giving Legal Effect to Emails – Can Emails Satisfy the Requirements to Extend Limitation Periods Under The Limitations Act?

E-mail conversations are often relatively informal and the participants, especially when they are not lawyers, can take prior discussions as a “given” rather than fully and expressly repeating them to ensure they have legal effect. Recently, in I.D.H. Diamonds NV...

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