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December 2017
R v Jarvis: Is There a Reasonable Expectation of Privacy in Schools?
Workwise Newsletter
December 2017
Employment Standards Code Changes are Effective January 1: Are You Ready?
Workwise Newsletter
November 30, 2017
Post-Secondary Summit
Conferences
Join us for our second annual summit to focus and collaborate on legal issues facing Albertas post-secondary institutions. Click here to view the brochure.  Click here to register.   
November 2017
Bill 30 Overhauls Alberta's Occupational Health and Safety Act
November 2017
Bill 27: Expansion of the Conflicts of Interest Act to Public Agencies
November 2017
Field Law at CBA West 2017
The Alberta and British Columbia branches of the Canadian Bar Association (CBA) are teaming up to present “CBA West 2017”, an exciting new legal conference for lawyers practicing in Western Canada. The conference will take place in Las Vega...
November 2017
Sandra Corbett, QC recognized with a Women in Law Leadership (WILL) Award
For Leadership in the Profession in Private Practice
Sandra Corbett, QC, has won a 2017 Women In Law Leadership (WILL) Award in the area of Leadership in the Profession (Private Practice). The Award recognizes and applauds lawyers in private practice who has shown extraordinary leadership and a commitmen...
November 2017
Legally Using Drones in Construction - How to Maximize Profit while Minimizing Risk
Presentations
BUILDEX Calgary
November 2017
Aboriginal Business Structures
Faculty of Law, University of Alberta
November 2017
Discipline Hearing Processes
Professional Investigation and Discipline Procedures Workshop, Regina, SK
November 2017
Decision Writing
Professional Investigation and Discipline Procedures Workshop, Regina, SK
October 2017
The Brick Warehouse LP v Chubb Insurance Company of Canada
Defence + Indemnity Newsletter
October 2017
Birss v Tien Lung Taekwon-Do Club
Defence + Indemnity Newsletter
October 2017
Hudye Inc v Rosowsky
Defence + Indemnity Newsletter
October 2017
Bruff-Murphy v Gunawardena
Defence + Indemnity Newsletter
October 2017
Vermilion & District Housing Foundation v Binder Construction Limited
Defence + Indemnity Newsletter
October 2017
No Loyalty Program for Drugs: Court Confirms Prohibition on Pharmacy Inducements
Professional Regulatory Alert
October 2017
Failure to Investigate Not Fatal to Just Cause Termination
Workwise
October 2017
Times They Are A Changin': Drastic Changes to Alberta's Work Laws Are Upon Us
Seminars
The provincial government's new Fair and Family-Friendly Workplaces Act has introduced profound changes to Alberta's Employment Standards Code and Labour Relations Code. Some changes are already in effect, and some come into effect on January 1...
October 2017
Perspectives on Transparency for Professional Regulators
The Canadian Network of Agencies for Regulation (CNAR) Conference, Halifax, NS
October 2017
Legalized Recreational Marijuana in Alberta - Is Your Workplace Prepared?
The Advisor
October 2017
Field Law brings ideas and energy to Opportunities North 2017
Creating and expanding economic opportunities for northern communities in Canada
As Canada’s economy continues to slowly recover from an ongoing global downturn, questions remain about how our country will address longstanding issues of unemployment and a lack of opportunity in our northern communities.  As a business in...
October 2017
Field Law Lawyers and Department recognized in Chambers Canada 2018 Guide
Field Law is pleased to announce that it has been listed in the Chambers Canada 2018 guide as having a “Highly Regarded Corporate/Commercial” Department in Alberta.Additionally, the following lawyers have been ranked: L. Frank Molnar, Q...
October 2017
What Evidence is Required to Implement Random Drug and Alcohol Testing Policies in Safety Sensitive Workplaces?
2013-2017
Legalities of Nursing
September 2017
The Relationship Between Council and the Chief Executive Officer
Perspectives for the Professions
September 2017
Importance of Clear Guidelines and Policies
Perspectives for the Professions
September 2017
Standing of Complainants on Judicial Review
Perspectives for the Professions
September 2017
A. Danielle Bourgeois honoured by University of Alberta
Field Law lawyer and former Pandas hockey player inducted into the Sports Wall of Fame
A. Danielle Bourgeois, '05 BA, '09 LLB, will be inducted in the University of Alberta Sports Wall of Fame for her leadership in university sport. President David H. Turpin presented Danielle with her award on September 25, 2017 at the Northern Alberta ...
September 2017
Without Prejudice: An Invisibility Cloak for a Mature World
Workwise Newsletter
September 18, 2017
Field Law's Litigation Team welcomes Dessa Nguyen
Calgary office gains new lawyer
CALGARY – Field Law is pleased to welcome Dessa Nguyen to the Calgary Litigation Group.  Dessa’s legal practice focusses on financial, commercial and construction litigation. At Field Law, she will offer counsel to clients on profes...
September 2017
Autonomous Vehicle Law: The Current Legal Landscape
Presentations
The National Public Sector Lawyers Forum
September 2017
Your Career May Be An Open Book: Privacy and Regulatory Investigations
The CAP Monitor
September 2017
The Next Industrial Revolution: How IoT Will Change the Way People Live, Work & Play
Presentations
SCG Legal Annual Meeting
August 2017
Defence & Indemnity - August 2017
August 28, 2017
Maggie Rabinovitz joins Field Law's Calgary Team
Firm expands corporate law and real estate practice
CALGARY – Field Law has welcomed Maggie Rabinovitz to the Field Law office in Calgary. This new addition to the Field Law Calgary team aligns with the Firm’s commitment to delivering personalized service to our clients.  With prior ...
August 2017
Accommodating Medical Marijuana Use in the Workplace
Presentation
August 2017
The Best Lawyers in Canada 2018
25 Field Law Lawyers Recognized
25 Lawyers from Field Law Recognized in The Best Lawyers™ in Canada 2018 Field Law is pleased to announce that 25 lawyers have been included in the 12th Edition of The Best Lawyers™ in Canada. Three of these lawyers are new additions a...
August 2017
Terminated Employee Awarded Aggravated Damages for Employer's Conduct
Workwise
August 14, 2017
Field Law welcomes Jennifer Marshall to Business Law Group
Firm welcomes new mergers and acquisition lawyer to its Calgary office
CALGARY – Field Law welcomes Jennifer Marshall to their Calgary office. Jennifer joins the firm’s Business Law Group as their newest lawyer.  Field Law continues its expansion and diversification in key industries including energy and ...
August 2017
LESA Estate Administration Fundamentals
Presentations
July 21, 2017
Field Law Announces Northern Alberta Award Winners of the 2017 Field Law Community Fund Program
Fifth year of program breaks public voting records to support community initiatives in Northern Alberta
Field Law, a western and northern regional law firm, is excited to announce the Northern Alberta winners of the Field Law Community Fund Program (“the Program”). This year, the Program celebrated its fifth year of supporting local community...
July 17, 2017
Field Law Announces Award Winners of the 2017 Field Law Community Fund Program
Fifth year of program breaks public voting records to support community initiatives in the NWT
Field Law, a western and northern regional law firm, is excited to announce the Northwest Territories winners of the Field Law Community Fund Program (the Program). This year, the Program celebrated its fifth year of supporting local community initiati...
July 2017
How Key is the Employee? Identifying When an Employee is a Fiduciary
Workwise
July 2017
Alberta’s Highest Court Clarifies OHS Law: Privilege Must Be Proven
Labour and Employment Alert
July 6, 2017
Field Law Announces Award Winners of the 2017 Field Law Community Fund Program
Fifth year of program breaks public voting records to support community initiatives in Calgary area
Field Law, a western and northern regional law firm, is excited to announce the Southern Alberta winners of the Field Law Community Fund Program (the Program). This year, the Program celebrated its fifth year of supporting local community initiatives i...
June 2017
Defence & Indemnity - June 2017
June 2017
Define who your children are in your will
June 2017
The King of Pop on death and taxes
June 2017
Certain Earnings During Notice Period Not Considered Mitigation
Workwise
June 2017
Vance Langford quoted in The Star
Parliamentary committee recommends scrapping immigration consulting regulator - Vance Langford, a Calgary-based Partner at Field Law is quoted in The Star (Toronto) as a parliamentary committee says better oversight of the immigration consulting indust...
June 2017
“Fiduciary Duty” as an Ingredient of the Pension “Mélange”
Presentations
June 2017
Business Succession and Tax Planning Strategies
Conferences
June 2017
US Drone Registry is Shot Down
By Richard Stobbe In response to the proliferation of recreational drones in American skies, the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) introduced a rule known as the “Registration Rule” in 2015. The rule required drone owners to register their drones ...
June 2017
Accessing Capital for Equity Partnerships
Presentations
Finance and Tax Essentials for Indigenous Economic Ventures, Resource Development and Projects
June 2017
Copyright in Seismic Data is Confirmed
By Richard Stobbe In a decision last year, GSI (Geophysical Service Incorporated) sued to win control over seismic data that it claimed to own. GSI used copyright principles to argue that by creating databases of seismic data, it was the proper owner o...
June 2017
Is Software Patentable? Recent US Case Law Offers a Glimmer of Hope
June 2017
The Canadian Free Trade Agreement – “Old Wine in New Bottles” for Labour Mobility
Professional Regulatory Alert
June 2017
Case Update for Styles v. Alberta Investment Management Corporation
June 2017
Government of Canada Suspends CASL's Private Right of Action Provisions
June 2017
Discussion of the Edmonton School District No. 7 v. Dorval Decision
A discussion of what kind of flexibility do educators have to disagree with administration before it turns into insubordination? Do school educators have academic freedom and if so, how far does it go?
June 2017
Cyber Liability and Privacy
Seminars
May 2017
Financial and Tax Essentials in First Nations Land and Resource Development – Revenue Sharing, Equity Participation, Financial Governance Structures and More
Presentations
May 2017
Copyright Infringement on a Website: the risks of scraping and framing
By Richard Stobbe If photos are available on the internet, then… they’re free for the taking, right? Wait, that’s not how copyright law works? In the world of copyright, each original image theoretically has an “author” who created the image, and is th...
May 2017
Registrations closes May 31 for ELLA's 15th Annual HeadStart Program
Edmonton Law Libraries Association is proud to present the 15th Annual HeadStart ProgramFrom request to memo, follow the trail of legal research including finding articles, books, case law, and legislation. Research professionals will provide tips, tri...
May 2017
If It Looks like a Duck: British Columbia Court of Appeal Rules on Title Use
Professional Regulatory Alert
May 2017
Province Announces New Partnership with Police to Investigate Serious Workplace Safety Incidents
Workwise
May & June 2017
Complex Facts & Contested Evidence: No Longer a Hurdle for Summary Judgment?
May 2017
Highlights of Bill 17: Alberta’s Fair and Family Friendly Workplaces Act ​
May.June 2017
Marijuana in the Workplace
Seminars
May 2017
Legislation Protecting Victims of Non-Consensual Distribution of Intimate Images
April 2017
Defamation with the Click of a Mouse: Assessing Damages
By Richard Stobbe In the midst of a challenging period for a condominium owners association in a property located in Costa Rica, the president of the association resigned in frustration. Someone had overheard a rumour that the president resigned becaus...
April.May 2017
Taking Off: Drone Law in Canada
Seminars
April 2017
Patent Infringement for Listing on eBay?
By Richard Stobbe A patent owner notices that knock-off products are listed for sale on eBay. The knock-offs appear to infringe his patent. When eBay refuses to remove the allegedly infringing articles. The patent owner sues eBay for patent infringemen...
April 2017
Bill 7: An Act to Enhance Post-Secondary Academic Bargaining
April 2017
LESA Seminar on Estate Litigation Fundamentals
Seminars
April 2017
Supreme Court of Canada Confirms Regulators Have Broad Authority and Discretion to Fulfil Mandate
Professional Regulatory Alert
April 2017
Taking the High Road: the Federal Framework and Preparing for the Legalization of Marijuana
April 2017
Reviews of Workplace Legislation Underway in Alberta
April 2017
Family Status Accommodation: Where Are We Now?
March 2017
Canadian Copyright & Breach of Technological Protection Measures (TPMs): $12.7 million in Damages
By Richard Stobbe It’s always exciting when there’s a new decision about an obscure 5-year old subsection of the Copyright Act! Back in 2012, Canada changed its Copyright Act to try and drag it into the 21st century. Among the 2012 changes were provisi...
March 2017
Interim Canadian drone rules launched
By Richard Stobbe As the recreational and commercial use of drones expands, the calls for a regulatory framework have grown louder. The Canadian federal government has, until last week, taken the simple approach of prohibiting the use of UAVs: “No pers...
March 2017
Bequest Management for Charities in Canada (2nd Edition)
Contributing Author - Predrag Tomic
Written for charities and their advisors, this book is a great legal and practical guide on managing bequests. Along with Ontario, Alberta and British Columbia, the second edition has been expanded to include Saskatchewan, Manitoba, and the eastern pro...
March 2017
Experimental Use of an Invention
By Richard Stobbe Inventors must take care that their invention is “new” for it to be patentable. That means the invention hasn’t been disclosed to the public. Trade show announcements, press releases, publications, offering the invention for sale – al...
March 2017
Vance Langford quoted in the National Observer
Vance Langford, a Calgary lawyer and chair of the National Immigration Law Section of the Canadian Bar Association, is quoted in an article in the National Observer - Teacher denied entry to U.S. highlights long-standing powers of U.S. customs officers​
March 2017
Intersection of Family and Criminal Law
March 2017
Don’t Skimp on Statutory Minimums: Drafting an Enforceable Termination Clause
March 2017
Labour and Employment Year in Review 2016
Seminars
February 2017
Defence & Indemnity - February 2017
February 2017
Alberta Law Clarified on Scope of Good Faith in Contract and Incentive Pay Eligibility
February 2017
Another Canadian Decision Reaches Outside Canada
By Richard Stobbe This fascinating Ontario case deals with an Alberta-based individual who complained of certain material that was re-published on the website Globe24h.com based in Romania. The server that hosted the website was located in Romania. The...
February 2017
5 Tips to Avoid Constructive Dismissal Claims
Workwise
February 2017
VCC vs. VCC: Where's the Confusion?
. By Richard Stobbe When we’re talking about trademarks, at which point do we measure whether there is confusion in the mind of the consumer? We reviewed this issue in 2015 (See: No copyright or trademark protection for metatags). In that earlier decis...
February 2017
Pension Potpourri
Presentations
February 2017
Recent Changes in Canadian Immigration Law and Policy
Seminars
February 2017
The MIR and the Charter
January 2017
CPP Disability Benefits: To Deduct or Not to Deduct
January 22, 2017
Our Calgary and Edmonton Offices Have Moved!
Click through to update your records with our new addresses:CALGARY OFFICE (as of January 23, 2017)400 - 444 7 AVE SWCalgary AB T2P 0X8EDMONTON OFFICE (as of December 12, 2016)2500 - 10175 101 ST NWEdmonton AB T5J 0H3Please note phone numbers and ema...
January 2017
Case Summary: Third Party Accreditation
Perspectives for the Professions
January 2017
Case Summary: Test for Interim Conditions
Perspectives for the Professions
January 2017
Joint Submissions on Sanction: The Supreme Court of Canada Clarifies the Amount of Deference that Should be Given
Perspectives for the Professions
2009-Present
Legal Issues in Dentistry
1991-1996
Bar Admission Course - Business Law Section
December 2016
Defence & Indemnity - December 2016
December 2016
The Time of Year for Holiday Cheer: A Few Things for Employers to Keep in Mind
November - December 2016
Family Status Accommodation Seminars
November 2016
Farm Workers in Western Canada
November 2016
Thinking of Immigrating to Canada?
November 2016
CASL News: The CRTC Provides Long-Awaited Guidance on Implied Consent and the Assessment of Administrative Monetary Penalties
November 2016
The Resignation Trap: Avoiding Unwanted Consequences When an Employee Resigns
October 2016
Defence & Indemnity - October 2016
October 2016
Court of Appeal Recognizes Regulator's Robust Implied Power in Name of Public Protection
Professional Regulatory Alert
October 2016
Being a mentor - it's good for you too
October 2016
Civil Litigation in Alberta - Surprises, Secrets and Strategies
Presentations
October 2016
Drone Regulations and the Evolving Legal Implications
October 2016
Drones
September 2016
States' Response to Evolving Drone Issues
October 2016
Professional Regulatory Workshop: Assessing Credibility: More Art Than Science
Seminars
October 2016
Field Law: A Conversation with Northern Business
September 30, 2016
Field Law Recognized by Chambers Canada
Regional firm earns inclusion in Chambers Canada directory
Field Law, a regional law firm with offices in Calgary, Edmonton and Yellowknife, is pleased to announce their recent inclusion in the Chambers Canada Directory.Field Law was listed in Chambers Canada 2016 as a “Highly Regarded Corporate/Commercial” fi...
September 2016
An Update to our Latest Article on Electronic Travel Authorization Becomes Mandatory
September 2016
Ledcor: Taming Sattva’s Wild Horse of Contractual Interpretation for Standard Form Contracts
September 2016
Ownership of Copyright in Software
September 2016
The Wild West: Drone Laws and Privacy in Canada
September 2016
Post-Grant Patent Amendment - Canadian and US Options
September 2016
Alberta Minimum Wage Increases Affect All Foreign Workers, Especially Caregivers
September 2016
Electronic Travel Authorization Becomes Mandatory
September 2016
Alberta's Minimum Wage is on the Rise
September 2016
Cyberbullying IRL
September 2016
5C - The Rise of the Drones - Liability and Insurance Implications
September 2016
Long Lasting and Difficult to Eradicate: An Update on General Damages Awards for Chronic Pain in Alberta
September 2016
Recognizing and Accommodating Employees in Mental Distress
September 2016
The Anatomy of Medical Malpractice Litigation
August 2016
Defence & Indemnity - August 2016
August 2016
Promising Updates to Royalty Programs - Energy Industry at a Crossroad
August 2016
Canada Labour Code Clarified: Supreme Court Rules That Non-Unionized Employees Can Only Be Dismissed with Cause
August 2016
Employer-Doctor Relationship: Obtaining and Responding to Medical Information
July 28, 2016
Field Law Announces the Northern Alberta Award Winners of the 2016 Field Law Community Fund Program
Winners include charities focused on serving underprivileged children, a theatre festival for the hearing impaired, literacy and homework programs, and more
Field Law, a regional law firm with offices in Calgary, Edmonton and Yellowknife, is pleased to announce the Northern Alberta winners of the 2016 Field Law Community Fund Program. The annual Program, which supports local community initiatives and proje...
July 2016
Alberta Government Updating 2004 Auto Insurance Reforms
July 19, 2016
Field Law Announces the Northwest Territories Award Winners of the 2016 Field Law Community Fund Program
Winners include charities focused on cancer peer support, anti-bullying seminars and youth science workshops
Field Law, a regional law firm with offices in Calgary, Edmonton and Yellowknife, is pleased to announce the Northwest Territories winners of the 2016 Field Law Community Fund Program. The annual Program, which supports local community initiatives and ...
July 2016
Police Access to Accused Statements to the Insurer
July 2016
If Your Expert Doesn’t Know the Product he is Testifying on, You’re Gonna Have a Bad Time
July 2016
One Small Step - Alberta Energy Regulator Makes Change to Interim Measures
July 8, 2016
Field Law Announces Southern Alberta Award Winners of the 2016 Field Law Community Fund Program
Winners include charities focused on at-risk-youth, pet therapy access, women in crisis and more
Field Law, a regional law firm with offices in Calgary, Edmonton and Yellowknife, is pleased to announce the Southern Alberta winners of the 2016 Field Law Community Fund Program. Now in its fourth year, the Program, which supports local community init...
July 2016
The Alberta Energy Regulator Makes Waves with its Response to the Redwater Decision
July 2016
The Redwater Decision: The Alberta Energy Regulator - Trumped by Federal Bankruptcy Law
July 2016
Why Every Parent in Alberta Should Have a Will
July 2016
A Binding "Clickwrap Agreement" From Paper?
June 2016
Defence & Indemnity - June 2016
June 2016
Counsel Comments: Lum v. Alberta Dental Association and College (Review Panel), 2016 ABCA 154
June 2016
Performance Reviews: Check-Ups Keep Regulators Running in Top Condition
Perspectives for the Professions Newsletter
June 2016
Case Summary: Duty to Cooperate with Regulator
Perspectives for the Professions Newsletter
June 2016
Case Summary: Good Character Requirement
Perspectives for the Professions Newsletter
June 2016
State of the Nation: Canada’s Immigration System
June 2016
New Essential Services Legislation Now In Force
June 2016
Clarifying Irving: Can an Alberta Employer Implement a Random Drug and Alcohol Testing Policy in a Safety Sensitive Workplace?
June 2016
The Redwater Decision: The Alberta Energy Regulator - Trumped by Federal Bankruptcy Law
June 2016
From Start to Finish - Business Development and Project Management
June 2016
From Conflict to Calm: Dealing with High-Conflict Behavior in the Workplace: Questions and Legal Issues about Workplace Conflict
June 2016
Examining the Changing Legal Landscape
June 2016
Intensive Trial Advocacy Course
June 2016
Crime and Punishment: Workplace responses when employees face criminal charges
May 2016
Alberta LTD ruling offers lessons about exclusions for pre-existing conditions
May 26, 2016
Field Law Community Fund Program Seeks Community Input to Select Program Finalists
Regional law firm opens voting phase to public with $75,000 available for distribution
Field Law, a regional law firm with offices in Calgary, Edmonton and Yellowknife, has launched the online voting phase for the fourth year of the Field Law Community Fund Program (the Program). The Program, which supports local pay-it-forward initiativ...
May 2016
Sit Back and Relax - Is there a Duty to Mitigate after Termination of a Fixed-Term Contract?
May 2016
Court of Appeal Confirms Deference Owed to Registration Decisions and Explores Meaning of "Good Character and Reputation"
Professional Regulatory Alert
May 2016
Prohibition on Pharmacy Inducements Beyond College of Pharmacists’ Authority
Professional Regulatory Alert
May 2016
Keeping Your Cards Close To Your Vest
May 2016
Keeping Your Cards Close to Your Vest - Protecting Confidentiality for Statements
May 2016
Medical Marijuana:  Workplace Implications for Drug Testing, Zero Tolerance and Accommodation
May 2016
Bad Faith and Disability Insurance: Update, Traps and Tips
May 2016
Keeping Your Cards Close to Your Vest - Protecting Confidentiality for Statements
May 2016
Disappearing Drills in the Dominion - Cross-Border Evidentiary Considerations When Confronting Loss or Destruction of Evidence in Canada
April 2016
Defence & Indemnity - April 2016
April 2016
Restoring the Balance: Lessons from the Human Rights Appeal of Mihaly v Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of Alberta 2016 ABQB 6
Perspectives for the Professions Newsletter
April 7, 2016
Field Law Launches Fourth Year of Field Law Community Fund Program
Regional law firm supporting local organizations and community causes with $75,000
Field Law, a regional law firm with offices in Calgary, Edmonton and Yellowknife, is excited to announce the launch of the 2016 Field Law Community Fund Program (‘Program’). The Program supports local pay-it-forward ideas and causes within the communit...
April 4, 2016
Field Law Announces Addition of Brad McFadden to the Energy Group
Field Law is pleased to welcome Bradley McFadden as a lawyer to the Firm’s Energy Group, effective April 4, 2016, which completes this phase of our Energy Group expansion.Brad practices corporate and commercial law in the energy and natural resources s...
April 2016
Social Networking in Litigation
April 2016
Alberta Energy Regulator Compliance Issues in the Oil and Gas Industry
April 2016
Enduring Powers of Attorney and Personal Directives
March 2016
When the Police Come Knocking: Police  Access to Airbag Control Module Data and the Insured’s Statements
March 2016
What's to Come
March 2016
Donald Drumpf - Good for Canadian Immigration
March 2016
Refugee Resettlement
March 2016
Dependent Contractors Awarded 26 Months' Reasonable Notice
March 2016
Dempsey v. Bagley, 2016 ABQB 124 - Lessors of Vehicles Still Vulnerable Under Workers Compensation Act
February 2016
What Happens When a Franchise Agreement Ends - Part Three: Rescission
March 16, 2016
Field Law Announces Addition of Kathleen Shannon to the Energy Group
Field Law is pleased to welcome Kathleen Shannon as an energy regulatory lawyer to the Firm, effective March 16, 2016.Kathleen is also a qualified Engineer. She is a member of the Law Society of Alberta and the Association of Professional Engineers an...
March 2016
Significant Consequences Mean Significant Procedural Rights: Alberta Court of Appeal Provides Guidance on Procedural Fairness in Incapacity Assessments
Professional Regulatory Alert
March 2016
Four Reasons You Should File Now
March 2016
Competing After Employment (Part Two)
March 1, 2016
Field Law Announces Addition of Brittney Tetz to the Business Law Group
Field Law is pleased to welcome Brittney Tetz as an Associate with the Business Law Group, effective March 1, 2016.Brittney joins Field Law from an Edmonton-based firm where she held a general solicitor’s practice. Her practice at Field will focus on c...
January - March 2016
Labour and Employment: 2015 Year in Review
March 2016
Human Rights: 5 Top Cases from 2015
March 2016
When the Police Come Knocking: Police  Access to Airbag Control Module Data and the Insured’s Statements
March 2016
Malpractice Litigation: Making Your Way Through a Lawsuit Without  Skipping a (heart) Beat
March 2016
Intellectual Property for Designers
March 2016
When the Police Come Knocking: Police  Access to Airbag Control Module Data and the Insured’s Statements
March 2016
Trademarks and Copyright
February 2016
Defence & Indemnity - February 2016
February 2016
The Regulator Knows Best: British Columbia Court of Appeal Upholds Bylaws Prohibiting Customer Incentive Programs
Professional Regulatory Alert
February 2016
Stories of Survival Workshop - Tuesday, March 8, 2016 in Edmonton
We would like to let everyone know about an upcoming workshop being held in Edmonton: Stories of Survival Workshop Date: Tuesday March 8, 2016 Time: 9:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Place: Holiday Inn Express Downtown, Salon A Topic: Stories of Surviv...
February 2016
Why You Should Act Now to Protect Your Intellectual Property in Canada
February.March 2016
BIG Updates: Field's Year in Review
February 2016
BIG Alert
Program Delivery Update for the Artists
February 2016
Recruiting Temporary Foreign Workers
Seminars
February 1, 2016
Congratulations to 2016 Queen’s Counsel Appointee Sandeep K. Dhir, QC
Field Law is proud to announce that Sandeep K. Dhir, has been recognized for his legal achievements by appointment as Queen’s Counsel.“This year’s Queen’s Counsel appointees have demonstrated their commitment to enhancing our province’s justice system....
Febraury 2016
Everyone is Watching: Social Media and Litigation
February 2016
Workplace Harassment: Best Practices for Employers
February 2016
Everyone is Watching - Social Media and Litigation
February 2016
River Deep, Deductible High: Home Owners and Condo Insurance
February 2016
Stop - Before You Break New Laws
February 2016
Everyone is Watching - Social Media and Litigation
February 2016
Temporary Foreign Workers: Best Practices for Employer Compliance
Seminars
January 2016
Alberta Court Determines APEGA’s Registration Examinations Are Not Discriminatory
Professional Regulatory Alert
January 2016
Gender Identity and Gender Expression Are Now Prohibited Grounds of Discrimination Under The Alberta Human Rights Act
January 2016
The Role of the Board - Practical Strategies to Add Value and Minimize Risk
Presentations
January 2016
Malpractice Litigation: Trading your OR Scrubs for a Lawsuit
January 2016
Stop - Before You Break New Laws
2016
Practice Fundamentals
Canadian Centre for Professional Legal Education 
June 2016
Accident Investigations
January 2016
Hiring or Contracting International Performing Artists?
December 2015
Case Summary: Liability of Regulators for Negligence
December 2015
Professional Regulation and Ungovernability
December 2015
How Not to Regulate the Profession: Findings of Discrimination at B.C. Veterinary Body Offers Cautionary Tale
December 2015
Three Ways to Divide the Family Business Pie
December 2016
New Job Bank January 31, 2016
December 2015
Express Entry Review
December 2015
Strengthened Rules Around Canadian Citizenship
December 2015
Small Changes Big Impacts
December 2015
Beware the AMP
December 2015
Alberta Immigrant Nominee Program Expected to Reopen January 27, 2016
December 2015
Updated Caregiver Program
2013-2015
Professional Regulation and Ethical Issues in the Laboratory
December 2015
Patent Law, Software Licensing and IT Transactions
December 2015
Patent Law, Software Licensing and IT Transactions
December 2015
Legal Developments in Public Construction Procurement
November 2015
Defence & Indemnity - November 2015
November 16, 2015
Field Law Announces Addition of John McGee to the Business Law Group
Field Law is pleased to welcome John McGee as an Associate with the Business Law Group, effective November 16, 2015.John joins Field Law from an Edmonton-based firm where his practice included real estate and corporate/commercial law. He has extensive ...
November 9, 2015
Field Law Announces Addition of Gordon Van Vliet to the Business Group
Field Law is pleased to welcome Gord Van Vliet as a Partner in the Business Group, effective November 2, 2015.Gord’s primary practice area is real estate law and he joins Field Law from a multinational law firm. He was called to the Alberta bar in 2000...
November 2015
LegalAve - Alberta family law information
Marsha Guthrie, Manager, Implementation and Partnerships with the Alberta Legal Information Society and Julie Rainey of Alberta Law Libraries for sending the following my way:New free website for Albertans dealing with family law issues: LegalAveLegalA...
November 2, 2015
Field Law Welcomes Bill Hopkins as Chief Operating Officer
Field Law is pleased to announce that Bill Hopkins will be joining our administrative team as Chief Operating Officer, effective November 2, 2015.Bill joins Field Law with over 30 years of experience in law firm management and in other senior level fin...
November 2015
The IAP Completion Strategy
The Independent Assessment Process (IAP) for people with IRS abuse claims is coming to an end. The vast majority (approximately 87%) of people with abuse claims have now had those claims resolved through the IAP. Field Law now expects to have all its...
November 2015
Everyone is Watching - Social Media and Litigation
November 2015
Drafting Your First Will
November 2015
Terminology in Medical Malpractice Questioning
November 2015
Top Ten Developments in Intellectual Property Law
November 2015
Tendering Law Post Bhasin v. Hyrnew
October 2015
Police and Adjuster Statements – Admissible or Not?
October 2015
Case Summary: Expired Appeals
October 2015
Case Summary: Standard of Review in Discipline Matter
October 2015
Requirement on Regulator to Follow Policies
October 2015
Occupational Health & Safety
October 2015
Harassing Comments Are No Joke: Employer Ordered to Pay Employee $7,500
October 2015
Canadian Association of Law Libraries call for conference proposals
A couple of weeks ago I was fortunate to speak with members of the Toronto Association of Law Libraries about the synergies between knowledge management, law librarianship and process improvement.  I hope to speak on similar issues at the CALL Conferen...
October 7, 2015
Mike Casey Awarded the 2015 Johnson Award
Field Law would like to congratulate Mike Casey on his 2015 Johnson Award from Queen's University.Mike received this honour for his distinguished career in Law, his lifelong contributions to both the Queen’s and Calgary communities, including the Calga...
October 1, 2015
Field Law welcomes Alain Chiasson to Yellowknife Office
YELLOWKNIFE - Field Law is pleased to announce that Alain Chiasson has joined the Yellowknife team as a lawyer in Field Law’s Business Law Group. Alain’s arrival establishes Field Law as having the most lawyers serving the Northwest Territories.Followi...
October 2015
Starting, Buying or Selling a Business? Legal and Practical Pointers
October 2015
Is your Workplace Toxic?
October 2015
Is your Workplace Toxic?
October 2015
Alberta Law Enforcement Professionals Have Unique Challenges - It's Time for a Debrief
October 2015
Is your Workplace Toxic?
October 2015
Is your Workplace Toxic?
October 2015
Traps and Tools: School Administration and the Legalities of Bullying
October 2015
Is your Workplace Toxic?
October 2015
Nursing Documentation and the Use of EMR in ICU Care
October 2015
Perspectives on Disruptive Behaviour
October 2015
CGL Policies - Basic Information and Current Trends
October 2015
A Lay of the Land – Immigration and Changes to the International Workers Regime for 2015 and Beyond
September 2015
October 2015 Brings Key Upcoming Employer Obligations: Minimum Wage Increases and Federal Election Responsibilities
September.October 2015
LESA Seminar on Estate Accounting
Seminars
September 2015
Forum Selection in Online Terms
September 15, 2015
Field Law Announces Expansion of Energy Services with New Leader, New Offerings
Clifford D. Johnson, QC, ICD.D, joins Field Law as Energy Group Leader as firm enhances energy service offerings
CALGARY (September 15, 2015) – Field Law, a regional law firm with offices in Calgary, Edmonton and Yellowknife, is proud to announce that Clifford D. Johnson, QC, ICD.D has joined the firm as the Energy Group Leader in its Calgary office. Johnson join...
September 2015
1,500 Hearings Completed!
Field Law celebrates completing 1500 IAP Hearings for residential school survivors, with a trip to Fort Edmonton Park on August 14, 2015.
September 2015
Social Media and the Law
September 2015
Conducting Business and Industry Research
The Canadian Association of Law Libraries is advertising some upcoming webinars that will be useful for anyone who has a market research need:Conducting Business and Industry Research - September 29, 2015, 1:00pm to 2:30pm ESTSummary:This webinar provi...
September 2015
Environmental Sensitivity and the Duty to Accommodate
September 2015
The "New Labour Trilogy" from the Supreme Court of Canada
September 2015
Technology Escrow Agreements
September 2015
Temporary Foreign Worker Program - Best Practices When Using the Program as a Temporary Solution
August 2015
No copyright or trademark protection for metatags
September 2015
Determining Reasonable Notice: Is Character of Employment a Less Important Factor?
August 24, 2015
Field Law Recognized by Chambers Canada, Best Lawyers and Lexpert Rankings
Regional firm earns inclusion in Chambers Canada directory
Field Law, a regional law firm with offices in Calgary, Edmonton and Yellowknife, is pleased to announce their recent inclusion in the following national rankings: Chambers Canada, Best Lawyers in Canada© and The Canadian Legal Lexpert™ Directory.For...
July 31, 2015
Field Law Community Fund Program Awards $40,000 to Northern Alberta Winners
Regional law firm donates funds to local Northern Alberta community initiatives for third year
Field Law, a regional law firm with offices in Calgary, Edmonton and Yellowknife, is proud to be celebrating its 100 year anniversary by donating $100,000 to initiatives throughout Alberta and the Northwest Territories via the annual Field Law Communit...
July 2015
When is an Employee’s Disability a Factor in his Dismissal?
July 23, 2015
Field Law Community Fund Program Awards $20,000 to 2015 Winners
Regional law firm donates funds to local Northwest Territories community initiatives for third year
Field Law, a regional law firm with offices in Calgary, Edmonton and Yellowknife, is proud to be celebrating its 100 year anniversary by granting $100,000 to initiatives throughout Alberta and the Northwest Territories via the annual Field Law Communit...
July 2015
FIELD LAW IS STILL ACCEPTING CLAIMS
If you submitted an IAP claim on your own before the September 19, 2012 deadline, and are now looking for a lawyer to handle your IAP claim, please contact us today. We continue to accept new clients and are working hard to represent all claimants who ...
July 2015
Supreme Court of Canada to Determine if the Canada Labour Code Grants Non-Unionized Employees a "Right to the Job"
July 2015
One Number to Rule Them All: The New Common Business Number Act
July 2015
Question Everything… Except the Witness - Tips on Maintaining Impartiality From R. v. Crawford, 2015 ABCA 175
July 2015
Thou Shalt Not Deceive: The New Commandment for Canadian Business
July 2015
Canada Labour Code Does not Grant Non-Unionized Employees a "Right to the Job"
July 6, 2015
Field Law Community Fund Program Awards $40,000 to Southern Alberta Winners
Field Law, a regional law firm with offices in Calgary, Edmonton and Yellowknife, is proud to be celebrating its 100 year anniversary by granting $100,000 to initiatives throughout Alberta and the Northwest Territories via the annual Field Law Communit...
July 2015
Porter Airlines Pays $150,000 for Alleged Violations of Canada's AntiSpam Legislation (CASL)
June 2015
Merely a Witness? The Uncertain Rights of a Complainant in Disciplinary Proceedings
June 2015
Mediation: Putting the Resolution of Claims Back in the Hands of the Parties
June 2015
Hard Hitting Damage Awards: The Reasons Behind the Climbing Numbers
June 2015
Dropping Dead: Rule 4.33
June 2015
Nursing Documentation
June 2015
Mediation: Putting the Resolution of Claims Back in the Hands of the Parties
May 27, 2015
Field Law Community Fund Program Seeks Community Input to Select Program Finalists
Regional law firm opens voting phase to public with $100,000 available for distribution in celebration of firm's 100th year anniversary
Field Law, a regional law firm with offices in Calgary, Edmonton and Yellowknife, requests the community’s input in helping determine what community causes or ideas should be awarded funds through the Field Law Community Fund Program (the Program). The...
May 2015
Alberta Legislation Curtailing the Right to Strike is Struck Down
May 2015
Alberta Courts Enforce Fair Access to the Professions: Farhat v. College of Physicians and Surgeons of Alberta
May 2015
Workforce Strategies During the Economic Downturn
May 2015
Workforce Strategies During the Economic Downturn
May 2015
Workforce Strategies During the Economic Downturn
May 2015
Diminished Value Hits a Wall
April 2015
"Full and final settlement of any and all claims" – not so, says the Alberta Human Rights Tribunal
April 27, 2015
Vance Langford Joins the Board of Directors of the United Way of Calgary and Area
Partner Vance Langford joined the Board of Directors of the United Way of Calgary and Area at the AGM on Monday, April 27, 2015. Vance has been a volunteer with the United Way of Calgary and Area since 2007 on its Investment Committees, Campaign Cabin...
April 2015
Texas Justice Provides an Evidence Solution
April 2015
Competing After Employment (Part One)
April 2015
Diminished Value:  Recent Court Decisions Reveal a Changing Landscape in Alberta on Determining How Much a Vehicle Involved in an Accident is Worth
April 2015
Drilling Down: Oil Prices and Innovation
April 2015
Social Networking in Litigation for Legal Education Society of Alberta
April 8, 2015
Field Law Launches Third Year of Community Fund Program with Additional Funding in Celebration of 100th Anniversary
Field Law, a regional law firm with offices in Calgary, Edmonton and Yellowknife, is excited to announce the launch of the 2015 Field Law Community Fund Program. The Program supports local pay-it-forward ideas and causes within the communities Field La...
April 2015
Changes to Court Fees in Alberta
April 2015
Commissioners of Oaths in Alberta Have New Rules
~ a slightly modified Slaw.ca post~Waaaay back in 2013 there was an Alberta Bill passed that consolidated the Notaries Public Act and the Commissioners for Oaths Act. These two pieces of legislation are in place to make the rules for notarizing and com...
April 2015
Duties of Attorneys and Agents
April 2015
Duties of Attorneys and Agents
April 2015
Intellectual Property for Brand Professionals
April 2015
Navigating the Provincial Court (Civil)
March 2015
Celebrating achievment
I have been a very quiet blogger lately with a reasonably good excuse.  Since the beginning of August, 2014, I have been working to achieve certification in Lean Six Sigma. As of last Sunday, the formal part of my education in this discipline is now co...
March 2015
One Thousand Completed Claims!
The Field Law IRS Team celebrates its’ 1000th closed file with a segway tour in Edmonton’s river valley.
March 2015
Are Restrictive Covenants in Sale Agreements Enforceable?
March 2015
What Happens When a Franchise Agreement Ends, Part Two: Cancellation
March 2015
Minor Settlements - Beware of the Pitfalls
March 2015
"Employed" in Name Only - An Employer’s Duty to Provide Work
March 2015
Recent Developments in the Canadian Law of Contract
February - March 2015
Labour and Employment: 2014 Year in Review
February - March 2015
Labour and Employment: 2014 Year in Review
March 2015
Identity Theft, Cyber Bullies, Data Breach and more
February - March 2015
Labour and Employment: 2014 Year in Review
March 2015
Workforce Strategies During the Economic Downturn
February - March 2015
Labour and Employment: 2014 Year in Review
February - March 2015
Labour and Employment: 2014 Year in Review
February - March 2015
Labour and Employment: 2014 Year in Review
February - March 2015
Labour and Employment: 2014 Year in Review
February - March 2015
Labour and Employment: 2014 Year in Review
February 2016
Case Summary Ho v. Alberta Association of Architects
February 2015
Case Summary Katsoulakos v. Association of Professional Engineers of Ontario
February 2015
Case Summary Levesque v. Nova Scotia College of Optometrists
February 25, 2015
New Office Manager Joins Field Law’s Edmonton Team
Field Law is pleased to welcome its newest Office Manager, Laurie Watters, to the Edmonton office, effective February 17, 2015.A seasoned professional, Laurie comes to Field Law with more than 25 years of human resources experience, primarily in the oi...
February 2015
Good Character and Reputation - The Registrar Knows Best!
February 9, 2015
Vance Langford Appointed to The Board of Governors of Bow Valley College
Partner Vance Langford was appointed to The Board of Governors of Bow Valley College. Vance's term will run until January 2018. We congratulate Vance on his appointment.
February 2015
Essential Services and Essential Rights: Saskatchewan Federation of Labour and the New Constitutional Right to Strike
February 2015
Case Summary: Rollins (Litigation Guardian Of) v. English Language Separate District School Board No. 39
January - February 2015
Labour and Employment: 2014 Year in Review
February 2015
Law of Tendering Case Law Update
January - February 2015
Labour and Employment: 2014 Year in Review
January 2015
Court of Appeal of Alberta Upholds Employers Anton Piller Order
January 26, 2015
Yellowknife Welcomes New Field Law Office Manager
Field Law is excited to announce the addition of Kat Saunders, Office Manager, to the Yellowknife team, effective January 6, 2015.Kat brings a wide range of managerial experience from her work in both the public and non-profit sectors. Most recently, K...
January 19, 2015
Anthony Burden Joins Field Law as Insurance and General Litigation Associate
Field Law is pleased to welcome Anthony Burden as an associate in the Insurance and General Litigation Groups effective January 19, 2015.Anthony accumulated a broad range of legal experience throughout his apprenticeship at a mid-size Edmonton firm. Fo...
January 2015
Take Five - Alberta Edition, Counsel Comments
January 2015
New Associate in Our Calgary Office
Field Law is pleased to welcome Tiffany Franklin, as the newest member of our general litigation group.
January 1, 2015
Malkit Atwal Strengthens Wills, Trusts, and Estates Groups
Effective July 21, 2014, Field Law was pleased to announce the addition of lawyer Malkit Atwal to the Wills, Trusts and Estates; Estate Litigation and Dispute Resolution; and Transaction and Corporate groups.Primarily practicing in the areas of estate ...
September 2015
Social Networking in Litigation
January 2015
Evidence in the Digital Era
2015
Aboriginal Business Structures
Faculty of Law, University of Alberta
2015
Seminar on financing transactions entitled "Advanced Lender"
December 2014
Understanding Intent: The Enhanced Role Placed on the Surrounding Circumstances by the Supreme Court of Canada
December 2014
Utilizing Social Media in Civil Litigation: The Collection, Preservation, and Value of New Forms of Evidence
December 2014
Commercial Contracts Include an Implied Duty of Good Faith
December 2014
PIPA Update
December 2014
Getting Feedback
Between blogging at Slaw.ca, posting legal research tips at Slawtips.ca, and taking courses towards Lean Six Sigma certification, this poor blog has not had much attention in 2014.  Christmas is the traditional time for guilt trips. Rather than focusin...
December 2014
Diminished Value: Recent Court Decisions Reveal a Changing Landscape in Alberta on Determining How Much a Vehicle Involved in an Accident is Worth
December 2014
The Alberta Court of Appeal Expands the Requirements for Describing Privileged Records in an Affidavit of Records
December 2014
The Use of Internal Experts in Canadian Litigation
December 2014
Temporary Foreign Worker Program: How do the Latest Business Developments Impact your Business
December 2014
Cross-Examining Medical Experts
November 2014
Jian Ghomeshi Withdraws Lawsuit Against Former Employer, the CBC
November 2014
Jian Ghomeshi’s Lawsuit and the Current State of the Law on Civil Claims by Unionized Employees
November 2014
Using social media in Canadian litigation
November 2014
Heartbleed Virus Causes Heartburn: Information Security Implications
November 2014
Promissory Notes: Who are you Promising to Pay?
November 2014
B.C. College of Optics Inc. v. The College of Opticians of B.C., 2014 BCSC 1853
November 2014
Canada's New Trademark Law and What it Means for Business
November 2014
Intellectual Asset Management Best Practices – Part 2
November 2014
Computer and Software Related Innovation - Is There A Rationale For Filing Software Patent Applications in Canada?
November 2014
Teacher and School Civil Liability For Sexual Abuse of a Student
November 2014
Social Networking in Litigation for Canadian Independent Adjusters Association
November 2014
Terminating Fixed-Term Contracts on Your Terms
November 2014
Reinstatement Available as a Remedy Nearly Ten Years After Last Day Worked
November 2014
Understanding Intent: The Enhanced Role Placed on the Surrounding Circumstances by the Supreme Court of Canada
November 2014
Cross-Border Evidentiary Considerations When Confronting Loss or Destruction of Evidence in Canada
November 2014
What Now & What Next? Making Sense of the Changes to Canada's Immigration System
November 2014
Labour, Employment and WCB
November 2014
Social Networking in Litigation
November 2014
Legal Education Society - Collections for Legal Support Staff
November 2014
Subcontractor Default Insurance vs. Performance Bonds, what is the impact on the Subcontractor?
November 2014
The Prime Contractor in OHS Law
October 23, 2014
Field Law Announces Addition of Tim Bailey to the Intellectual Property and Technology Group
Field Law is pleased to welcome new associate Tim Bailey to the Intellectual Property and Technology group, effective September 2, 2014.Tim brings more than five years of experience from prominent Canadian law firms and extensive knowledge in the areas...
October 2014
Case Comments: Interpretation of Standards of Practice and Standard of Review
October 2014
Case Comments: Finality and Relitigation
October 8, 2014
Sandra Corbett QC Presenting at CDL CICMA Joint Programme
Partner Sandra Corbett QC, will be presenting on ‘Diminished Value” at the Canadian Defence Lawyers CICMA Joint Programme. The event will be held in Calgary, AB on October 16, 2014 from 2:00 - 5:00PM. To learn more about the event and sign up online, v...
October 2014
Common Experience Payment - Personal Education Credit Deadline - October 31, 2014
If you have received the Common Experience Payment (CEP) for living at an Indian Residential School, you are eligible to receive a one-time personal credit towards educational services, in the amount of up to $3,000.00. The credit is provided by the G...
October 2014
Duty to Accommodate Obligations in relation to Medical Education
October 2014
Alberta Law Enforcement Professionals Have Unique Challenges - It's Time for a Debrief
October 2014
Family Status and Employment - Developing Human Rights at the Workplace
October 2014
Infonex Professional Regulation and Discipline Conference
October 2014
Professional Discipline and Reasons Workshop
October 2014
Managing Technology and Social Media Use at the Workplace – Upstream and Downstream Solutions
October 2014
Northern Issues Panel Speaker
October 2014
Wills Week 2014
October 2014
Understanding Pervasive IP/IT Issues
October 2014
Accelerated Depreciation/Diminished Value
October 2014
Catastrophic Injuries
October 2014
Legal Perspectives on Safety Culture
October 2014
Legal Developments in Public Construction Procurement
September 5, 2014
Field Law Welcomes Associate Jenna Kirk to its Business Immigration Practice Area and Labour & Employment Group
Field Law is pleased to announce the addition of Jenna Kirk as an Associate in the Business Immigration practice area and Labour & Employment Group, effective September 2, 2014.Jenna joins a growing Business Immigration practice and will also work on L...
September 4, 2014
Field Law Receives Fourth Place Ranking in Canadian Lawyer Top Western & Northern Firms Survey
Field Law, a regional law firm with offices in Calgary, Edmonton and Yellowknife, is pleased to announce they have received a fourth place ranking in the annual Canadian Lawyer Top Western and Northern Firms Survey. This ranking reflects a significant ...
September 2014
Litigating Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder Claims
August 2014
Clarifying the Legal Test for "Family Status" Discrimination: Federal Court of Appeal Rules Employers Discriminated by Failing to Accommodate Employees’ Childcare Needs
August 2014
Manitoba Decision Protects IAP Claimants
On June 4 , 2014, a new Decison was released by Justice Schulman of the Manitoba Court of Appeal, which protects IAP claimants from having to pay most fees charged by IAP Application form fillers. The decision rules on fee agreeements made by IAP clai...
August 2014
Utilizing Social Media in Civil Litigation: The Collection, Preservation, and Value of New Forms of Evidence
August 2014
Wal-Mart Could Not Thaw the "Statutory Freeze" by Closing its Store
August 2014
Using Social Media in Civil Litigation
July 14, 2014
Karen Tereposky Joins Field Law’s Labour and Employment Group
Field Law is pleased to welcome Karen Tereposky as an Associate in the Calgary Labour and Employment Group, effective July 2014.Karen’s experience began with a clerkship at the Court of Appeal for Saskatchewan and continued with associate positions at ...
July 2014
Provincial Court Expected to Increase Financial Limits
July 2014
New "small" for small claims
The Alberta Provincial Court Civil Division monetary limit has been raised to $50,000 with this regulation amendment. Effective August 1, 2014 a small claim is not so small.
July 2014
Double-Decker Damages: Employer Liability for Aggravated Damages Arising from Workplace Harassment
July 3, 2014
Field Law Announces Award Winners of 2014 Community Fund Program
Regional law firm donates $30,000 to local Southern Alberta community initiatives for second year
Field Law, a regional law firm with offices in Calgary, Edmonton and Yellowknife, is pleased to announce three winners of the 2014 Field Law Community Fund Program. The Program, which was created to support local community initiatives, had 84 applicant...
June 23, 2014
Field Law Celebrates Prestigious Award To Sandra Corbett QC
Sandra Corbett QC Receives 2014 Lee Samis Award of Excellence
Field Law, a regional law firm with offices in Calgary, Edmonton and Yellowknife, is pleased to announce that Sandra Corbett QC, a Partner at Field Law in Edmonton, Alberta, is the thirteenth recipient of the prestigious Lee Samis Award of Excellence a...
June 23, 2014
Field Law Continues to Expand Business Law Group
Business Lawyer, Katherine Rubin, Makes Move to a Western and Northern Regional Law Firm
Field Law, a regional law firm with offices in Calgary, Edmonton and Yellowknife, is pleased to announce the addition of Katherine Rubin as an associate in the Business Law Group, effective June 23, 2014.Prior to joining Field Law, Katherine practiced ...
June 2014
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