Goldberg Thompson Moves in with Cox & Palmer

May 3, 2010

May 3, 2010, Halifax, NS – Seven lawyers from Halifax law firm Goldberg Thompson today relocated to Cox & Palmer’s premises at Purdy’s Wharf in Halifax. The move follows a merger between the firms.

“Although our location and name have changed, our commitment to our clients remains steadfast,” said Victor Goldberg, co-founder, Goldberg Thompson. “Cox & Palmer shares our high standards for client service and work ethic. The cultural transition has been smooth – the collaboration between our teams has come naturally.”

“We’re pleased to welcome such a talented group of lawyers into our firm,” said Danny Gallivan, Chief Executive Officer of Cox & Palmer and Nova Scotia Managing Partner. “Their experience in business law, bankruptcy, litigation, real estate and wills & estate planning will be a great asset.”

Lawyers relocating to the Cox & Palmer office at Purdy’s Wharf, Tower One, are partners: Victor J. Goldberg, Paul W. Goldberg, Paul L. Thompson, Harry D. Thompson, QC, John G. Stewart, and Peter C. Rumscheidt; and associate Martha L. Mann.

About Cox & Palmer Cox & Palmer is the product of the merger in 2007 of two distinguished Atlantic region firms, Cox Hanson O’Reilly Matheson and Patterson Palmer. Cox & Palmer has over 170 lawyers across offices in Charlottetown, Fredericton, Halifax, Moncton, Saint John, St. John’s and Summerside. For information visit:

For information, contact:
Valerie Eddy | Regional Marketing & Communications Manager
(902) 491-4231 |