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Litigation: General Commercial - Alberta
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Practices corporate and securities litigation, energy litigation, commercial litigation, real property litigation, commercial and banking litigation, product liability litigation, insurance litigation, administrative law litigation, and commercial arbitration, and class action defense. Extensive experience in disputes involving corporate and securities issues, including take-overs, proxy contests, reorganizations, shareholder disputes, director and officer duties, oppression remedies, accounting practices, share valuations and public securities matters. Substantial experience in disputes concerning oil, gas and NGLs, and electrical and wind power issues. Considerable experience with domestic and international industry experts in accounting, economics, engineering, oilfields, power and regulatory.
Alberta Bar, 1984.
Law Society of Alberta; Canadian Bar Association; Calgary Bar Association.
Most recent publications include:
“Bilcon of Delaware et al v Government of Canada: NAFTA has Teeth, and Decisions Have Consequences”, August 15, 2018
“The Risks and Benefits of Mandatory Preliminary Meeting Between Senior Representatives", February 2016 edition, ADR Perspectives
“Time to Reconsider: The Future Crimes Exception to Solicitor - Client Privilege", Annual Review of Civil Litigation, 2016.
Extensive history of not for profit/pro bono service and legal/advocacy teaching.