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Field Law is committed to helping clients prevent or resolve conflicts in a timely and effective manner, while minimizing expenses and disruptions. Our Collections team is experienced and proficient in overseeing and conducting any matter, from the point at which a debt arises and activity and proceedings are commenced right, through to enforcement.

Our clients include banks, other financial institutions, insolvency practitioners, turnaround specialists from the major accountancy firms, suppliers, landlords, as well as creditors and directors of companies in financial difficulty. We also provide advice to directors, creditors, shareholders and professionals in proceedings based on alleged fraudulent transfers, preferences, lenders’ liability, professional malpractice and other matters.

We recognize that good lawyers are not just highly skilled in the courtroom, but are equally adept at keeping clients out of the courtroom. In keeping with this notion, our team works proactively to manage conflict, helping clients avoid disputes or resolve them before litigation is commenced.

Field Law includes lawyers with a variety of experience in many areas of law. Our key strength is the integration of this team with the rest of the firm’s lawyers and support staff. Our clients benefit not only from our experience with the Canadian Bankruptcy and Insolvency Act, the Companies' Creditors Arrangement Act, and the Personal Property Security Act, but also from the knowledge of other lawyers at Field Law to develop an overall case strategy to maximize recovery and minimize cost.

Graham Group Ltd v Labas Estate, 2017 ABQB 241
Graham Group Ltd v Labas Estate, 2017 ABQB 368
Graham Group Ltd v. Leitch Construction Inc, 2017 ABCA 321
Haymour v. The Owners Condominium Plan No 802 2845, 2016 ABCA 367
Haymour v. Condominium Plan No 802 2845, 2016 ABQB 393
Sticks and Stones Communications Inc v. Hole's Greenhouses & Gardens Ltd, 2015 ABQB 774
Condominium Corporation No. 0825873 v. 1246153 Alberta Ltd., 2011 ABQB 178
Condominium Corporation No. 0825873 v. 1246153 Alberta Ltd., 2010 ABQB 718
Condominium Plan No. 822 2909 v. 837023 Alberta Ltd., 2010 ABQB 111
Dancole Investments Ltd. v. Bill McCulloch & Associates Inc., 2010 ABQB 223
E. Gruben’s Transport Ltd. v. Alberta Surplus Sales Ltd., 2010 ABQB 244
Laasch v. Turenne, 2009 ABQB 267
Owner: Condominium Plan No. 822 2909 v. Li, 2007 ABQB 693
Page (Re), 2006 ABQB 430
Brandt Tractor Ltd. v. Seehta Forest Products Ltd., 2004 ABCA 74
Campbell v. MacKenzie, 2003 ABPC 203
Seehta Forest Products Ltd. v. Brandt Tractor Ltd., 2003 ABQB 481
Harp v. McCullough, 2002 ABQB 381
Harp v. McCullough, 2002 ABQB 397