Law office merges in Alberni

Badovinac, Scoffied & Mosley in 3Alberni has merged with Ramsay Lampman Rhodes (RLR), one of the largest full-service Island law firms.

Badovinac, Scoffied & Mosley, one of Port Alberni’s established law firms, has merged with Ramsay Lampman Rhodes (RLR), one of the largest full-service law firms on Vancouver Island.

“We are excited at the opportunity to work with Eric Mosley and his staff to provide legal services to clients in the Alberni Inlet and the west coast,” RLR managing partner Michael Wassermann said.

Mosley, who will continue to work with the firm, said the merger presents a good opportunity to enhance the range of legal services for existing and new clients.

“RLR is a full-service law firm which provides a wide range of legal services, including personal injury, family, corporate and commercial litigation,” he said.

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