Angela Beierbach
Angela Beierbach
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Angela Beierbach's practice is focused on civil and commercial litigation. In addition to her litigation practice, Angela maintains a solicitor practice assisting employers and employees in drafting and reviewing agreements and policies.

Angela has experience in a wide range of litigation matters including:

  • Labour and employment disputes;
  • Estate disputes;
  • Debt recovery;
  • Construction and Infrastructure;
  • Commercial leasing;
  • Shareholder disputes;
  • Fatality Inquiries;
  • Personal Injury cases; and
  • Insurance defense.

Angela is a strong advocate for her clients and has represented clients before the Provincial Court of Alberta, the Alberta Court of King’s Bench, and the Alberta Court of Appeal. She also has experience with mediation and Judicial Dispute Resolution. 

Clients can rely on Angela for her thorough, yet practical approach to files.

Outside the Office

Throughout her academic and professional life, Angela has contributed to her community by volunteering with a number of organizations including animal rescue organizations, community support organizations, Edmonton Community Legal Centre, and Civil Claims Duty Counsel. In her spare time, she enjoys spending time with her two dogs, biking in Edmonton's river valley, travelling, and trying new restaurants.

Canadian Bar Association
Edmonton Bar Association
Labour + Employment
Best Lawyers: Ones to Watch in Canada™
Edmonton Civil Claims Duty Counsel Project
2017 - 2018
Edmonton Community Legal Centre
2017 - Present
Greater Edmonton Animal Rescue Society
2015 - 2018
Kmech v Dorosh, 2023 ABKB 457
Luchak v Primary Flow Signal Canada Inc. et al., 2023 AHRC 40
10060 Jasper Avenue Building Limited v Scotia Place Tower III Inc, 2023 ABKB 23
Cass v Edmonton (Police Commission), 2022 ABLERB 18
Luchak v Primary Flow Signal Canada Inc. et al., 2022 AHRC 101
Kapeluck v Two Girls And A Hammer Inc., 2022 ABQB 467
Hubbard v. 651398 British Columbia Ltd, 2022 ABPC 22
Snaychuk v Edmonton (City), 2021 ABQB 295
Splett v Splett, 2020 ABCA 61
April 2023 - 2 min read
Overtime Pays Off: Court Expands Employees' Ability to Seek Unpaid Overtime
Workwise Newsletter
The Court recently determined that employees can claim more than six months of overtime pay in wrongful dismissal actions. Employers should ensure they have enforceable overtime agreements to avoid potentially significant awards for ...
August 2022 - 2 min read
Constructive Dismissal: Silent Acquiescence = Acceptance
Workwise Newsletter
The Alberta Court of Appeal confirmed the test for constructive dismissal and reaffirmed that the onus is on the employee to decide whether they accept the new terms of employment within a reasonable timeframe - in this case, ten business days.  ...
March 2022 - 10 min read
In Good Faith: Seven Cases Impacting Your Contracts
In 2020 and 2021, two significant Supreme Court of Canada cases, Callow Inc. v. Zollinger and Wastech Services Ltd. v Greater Vancouver Sewerage and Drainage District, clarified and confirmed the duty of good faith and honest contra...
November 2021 - 4 min read
When Will Employers Be Liable for the Off-Duty Conduct of Their Employees?
Workwise Newsletter
The ability of employers to monitor and control the actions of their employees is limited. However, employers can be vicariously liable for the actions and omissions of their employees. This means that employers will be liable for acts or omissions, ...
October 7, 2021
Recent Developments in the Alberta Insurance Industry
In the insurance industry, circumstances can – and often do – change in the blink of an eye. Join Brian Filips, Jill Bishop and Angela Beierbach of Field Law's Insurance Group for a complimentary webinar on recent developments in t...
December 2020 - 6 min read
Case Summary: ANC Timber Ltd. v Alberta (Minister of Agriculture and Forestry)
Defence + Indemnity
The Alberta Court of Queen’s Bench considered the rules for admissibility of affidavit evidence at length. ANC Timber Ltd. v Alberta (Minister of Agriculture and Forestry), 2019 ABQB 653, per Topolniski, J. Facts + Issues This case concerned ...
April 15, 2020
Navigating Business Interruption Claims Due to COVID-19
COVID-19 will result in a big surge in business interruption claims. Get ahead of the curve by getting up to speed on the key issues you will need to know to deal with those claims. Presented by Mike Doerksen and Angela Beierbach, this webinar will pro...
April 2, 2020
Business Interruption Claims Due to COVID-19
As a result of COVID-19, countless businesses have been forced to temporarily shut their doors or change the way they operate significantly. As a direct result, many businesses have lost and continue to lose income. More and more businesses will be loo...
October 22, 2019
Insurance Industry Update: What You Need to Know
The insurance issues surrounding liability for personal injury are always changing. Join lawyers from Field Law's Insurance Practice Group for a free seminar on topics including: Do insurers have to provide advances to Plaintiffs and if so...
University of Alberta, 2017, Juris Doctor
University of Alberta, 2013, Bachelor of Arts (Psychology) With Distinction