Open House to Celebrate Zwicker Evans Lewis merger with HGR Graham Partners

Posted on 17 April 2014 Back to News

HGR Graham Partners, LLP hosted an open house at it’s new Orillia office on April 2nd to celebrate the recent merger with Zwicker Evans Lewis Law firm. The event was attended by many members of the community including lawyers, business owners, residents and politicians. Read below to learn more about the merge between the two firms.

Zwicker Evans Lewis has had a presence in Barrie since 1975 and along with their Orillia
office has built a solid client base throughout Barrie, Orillia and Simcoe County.

“The decision to merge with HGR Graham Partners LLP arose out of a mutual respect
and a shared vision on how to best service our growing region.

We wanted to retain our commitment to local issues, while providing the expanded
scope of legal services that a larger firm could offer in Simcoe County”, said Greg Evans,
Partner with Zwicker Evans Lewis LLP.

The merger brings the number of lawyers at HGR Graham Partners LLP to 32.

“Zwicker Evans Lewis will now have access to a broader spectrum of specialized
expertise in areas such as estate planning, land use planning, tax, municipal law, and
business law,” said Paul Rabinovitch, one of the Partners on the Management
Committee with HGR Graham Partners, LLP.

The Barrie office of Zwicker Evans Lewis has relocated to the Barrie office of HGR
Graham Partners LLP at 190 Cundles Road East, Suite 107. The Orillia office of HGR
Graham Partners LLP is relocating to the Orillia location of Zwicker Evans Lewis at 93
Coldwater Street East, Orillia.

“We are very excited about the merger and look forward to continuing to provide all of
the communities that we serve with accessible, quality, legal services,” said Rabinovitch.

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