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Nikki has assisted numerous clients with finance, commercial (non-First Nations and First Nations) land transactions and general business matters. This work includes: commercial lending and financing arrangements, including private placements and public offerings; purchase, sale, leasing and development of real property including that which involves First Nations’ Reserve lands; corporate and non-corporate-entity documentation and advice; First Nations’ governance and trust advice; commercial contracts involved in ongoing business relationships or particular transactions; and continuous disclosure requirements under securities laws.
In 2003, Nikki joined McKercher LLP as an articling student under the guidance of Mr. Justice Daniel B. Konkin and in 2011 she joined the partnership.
Nikki’s organizational skill and drive make her a valuable asset to local, province-wide and national planning committees, boards and teams. She is the past-Chair of the Saskatchewan Branch of the Canadian Bar Association’s Securities Law North Section and a past member of the Canadian Bar Business Law Section executive. She is also past-President of the Estate Planning Council of Saskatoon. Through her CBA involvement, Nikki has been involved in the consultation process relating to the development of a common securities regulator.
I am 38 years old and have been with McKercher LLP since 2003. I became a partner in 2011. I grew up in Weyburn, SK and I graduated from the University of Saskatchewan. I am married with two children (ages 4 and 5).
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