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Field Law has a multifaceted background in providing advice and counsel within all areas of litigation. We represent clients before all levels of court in Alberta as well as the Federal Court and the Supreme Court of Canada, and before a wide variety of tribunals, boards and commissions.
We work closely with clients to find practical and economical solutions to disputes utilizing alternative methods such as mediation, arbitration and mini-trials to resolve a wide range of legal disputes. Field Law's immigration team also regularly collaborates on litigation matters to provide one-stop service to clients with international operations.
Field Law has a skilled and knowledgeable group of litigators who provide assistance to clients in numerous areas including:
- Alternative Dispute Resolution
- Appeals and Judicial Reviews
- Class Actions
- Corporate and Business Disputes
- Debt Recovery and Restructuring
- Estate Litigation and Dispute Resolution
- Indian Residential School Claims
- Intellectual Property and Technology
- Metis and First Nations
- Pensions and Benefits
- Personal Injury
- Products Liability
Envacon Inc v 829693 Alberta Ltd, 2017 ABQB 623
Appeal court decision confirming public sector pension administrator’s interpretation and application of governing pension plan legislation. Field Law represented administrator at trial and on appeal.
ALIA re: Sylvia Lapaschuk and Andrew Tanasychuk
Amble Ventures (Alberta) Ltd v D.B.K. Engineering Ltd, 2019 ABQB 287
Park Avenue Flooring Inc v EllisDon Construction Services Inc, 2019 ABQB 73
Harun-ar-Rashid v Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP), 2019 ABQB 54
Oyen and Remax Real Estate Central v. Sunderland and Malcolm, Provincial Court of Alberta
Kowlachuk v. Blanchard et al. (REIX), Alberta Court of Queen's Bench
KBR Industrial Canada Co v Air Liquide Global E&C Solutions Canada LP, 2018 ABQB 257
Direct Horizontal Drilling Inc v North American Pipeline Inc, 2017 ABQB 653
May v. 1986855 Alberta Ltd, 2017 ABQB 617
Andres v. Superior Power Products Limited, 2017 ABPC 138, Alberta Provincial Court
Keyland Development Corporation v Rocky View (Municipal District No 44), 2016 ABQB 735
Haymour v. The Owners Condominium Plan No 802 2845, 2016 ABCA 367
Prestigious Properties Inc v. Cold Lake Estates Inc, 2016 ABQB 632
Vakurov v. Canada (Citizenship and Immigration), 2016 FC 859
Sticks and Stones Communications Inc v. Hole's Greenhouses & Gardens Ltd, 2015 ABQB 774
Federal-Mogul Canada Limited v. President of the Canada Border Services Agency, AP-2012-034
Bri-Chem v. President of the Canada Border Services Agency, AP-2014-017
Evergreen Ecological Services Inc. v. President of the Canada Border Services Agency, AP-2014-027
Southern Pacific Resource Corp. v. President of the Canada Border Services Agency, AP-2014-028
Cranbrook (City) v. Gabriel Construction (Alberta) Ltd., 2014 BCSC 2280
Lustre Studio Inc v. West Edmonton Mall Property Inc., 2014 ABQB 575
1126592 Alberta Ltd. v. Condominium Corporation No. 0425913 (New Cambridge Lofts), 2014 ABPC 183
Mohammad v. Canada (Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness), 2013 FC 24
Monterra Lumber Mills, Ltd. v. President of the Canada Border Services Agency, 2012 CanLII 85175
Curve Distribution Service Inc. v. President of the Canada Border Services Agency, AP-2011-023
Condominium Corporation No. 042 5636 v. Chevillard, 2012 ABQB 131
Toronto-Dominion Bank v. Suitel Canada Executive Suites Corporation, 2012 ABQB 699
Condominium Corporation No. 0825873 v. 1246153 Alberta Ltd., 2011 ABQB 178
Toronto-Dominion Bank v Suitel Canada Executive Suites, 2011 ABQB 519
Condominium Corporation No. 0825873 v. 1246153 Alberta Ltd., 2010 ABQB 718
E. Gruben’s Transport Ltd. v. Alberta Surplus Sales Ltd., 2010 ABQB 244
Toronto-Dominion Bank v. Suitel Canada Executive Suites Corporation, 2010 ABQB 355
Guay v. Wong, 2008 ABQB 638, Alberta Court of Queen's Bench
916470 Alberta Ltd. v. Standard Life Assurance Co.,  A.J. No. 231, Alberta Court of Queen's Bench
Cooke v. Standard Life Assurance Co.,  A.J. No. 1668, Alberta Court of Queen's Bench
Liu v. Tangirala,  A.J. No. 348, Alberta Court of Queen's Bench
Swagger Construction Ltd. v. ING Insurance Co. of Canada, 2005 CarswellBC 2127, British Columbia Supreme Court [In Chambers]
Trosin v. Sikora,  A.J. No. 1588, Alberta Court of Appeal
Brandt Tractor Ltd. v. Seehta Forest Products Ltd., 2004 ABCA 74
Seehta Forest Products Ltd. v. Brandt Tractor Ltd., 2003 ABQB 481
Trosin v. Sikora,  A.J. No. 262, Alberta Court of Queen's Bench
Trosin v. Sikora,  A.J. No. 231, Alberta Court of Queen's Bench
Tecon Investments Ltd. v. Ottawa Algonquin travel Corp.,  A.J. No. 868, Alberta Court of Queen's Bench
Anderson v. University of Alberta,  A.J. No. 1337, Alberta Court of Queen's Bench
Zelazo v. Masson,  A.J. No. 1353, Alberta Court of Queen's Bench
re Electoral Boundaries Commission Act (Alberta), 86 D.L.R. (4th) 447, Alberta Court of Appeal
The Best Lawyers™ in Canada 2021
38 Fielders Recognized
Field Law is pleased to announce that 38 of our lawyers are recognized in their respective practice areas in the 15th edition of The Best Lawyers™ in Canada. Recognition in Best Lawyers™ is based on peer reviews of ...
June 25, 2020
How Amendments to the MHSTA Impact Landlords of Manufactured Home Communities
Enforcing rental arrears and other tenant breaches under a Lease are an important aspect of a Landlord’s business and recently proclaimed amendments to the Mobile Home Sites Tenancies Act are going to have a direct impact on how Landlord’s ...
The Liability of Long-Term Care Facilities: COVID-19’s Projected Impact
March 4, 2020
Legal Fundamentals for Manufactured Home Communities
Join Field Law for an informative session on issues that affect modular and manufactured home community associations. Topics covered will include:
Fundamental principles and enforcing lease agreements and community guidelines
Bill 3 - Proposed Amendments to the Mobile Home Sites Tenancies Act
On February 26, 2020, the Government of Alberta tabled Bill 3: Mobile Home Sites Tenancies Amendment Act, 2020. When passed, this Bill will change the current dispute resolution regime for mobile home disputes. Currently, all disputes relating to ...
The Best Lawyers in Canada 2020
34 Fielders Recognized
Field Law is pleased to announce that 34 of our lawyers are recognized in their respective practice areas in the 14th edition of The Best Lawyers™ in Canada. Recognition in Best Lawyers™ is based on peer reviews of leading lawyers and ...
Field Law Announces Two Partners
Firm Welcomes Malkit Atwal and Sharon Roberts to its Partnership
EDMONTON – Field Law is pleased to introduce Malkit Atwal and Sharon Roberts as partners of the Firm. The addition of Malkit and Sharon to Field’s partnership is an emblem of the Firm’s growth in 2017, and its continued expansion and ...
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 ...
ALIA re: Silvia Lapaschuk and Andrew Tanasychuk
- Where we began: As defence counsel, we frequently face allegations that paint a negative picture of the defendant even though there is a good defence. In one such case, the plaintiff was convinced the defendants had defrauded an elderly relative. The relative, who could not read or write, sold land to the defendants for much less than market value, soon before his death.
- Our approach: Our strategy was to focus on the defendants’ good character and relationship with the landowner before the land transfer. In Questioning, the defendants revealed themselves as kind people who would not take advantage of the landowner.
- The result: Despite initial concerns about liability exposure exceeding a million dollars, we were able to settle the case without any payment, based on discontinuance without costs. We negotiated a settlement after the plaintiffs’ counsel questioned the defendants and saw for his own eyes that these were decent people, despite the nature of the allegations against them.