Amanda M. Quayle: Lawyer with McDougall Gauley LLP

Amanda M. Quayle

Partner
Regina,  SK  Canada
Phone(306) 565-5100

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Experience & Credentials
 

Practice Areas

  • Administrative Law
  • Class Action Litigation
  • Labour & Employment Law
  • General Litigation
  • Insurance Law
 
University University of Alberta, Bachelor of Arts, 1993
 
Law SchoolUniversity of Saskatchewan, Bachelor of Laws, with Distinction, 1997
 
Admitted1998, Saskatchewan
 
Memberships 

Memberships & Associations
• Member, Law Society of Saskatchewan
• Member, Canadian Bar Association
• Member, Regina Bar Association
• Member, Saskatchewan Trial Lawyer's Association
• Chairperson, 1998-99, Health Law Section (South), Canadian Bar
• Association, Saskatchewan Branch
• Member, 2001-04 CBA National Council (Saskatchewan Branch)

Community Involvement
• Regina Palliative Care Inc. (RPCI), Board of Directors, 2012-current
• Tour de Lumsden, Committee Member, 2013-2014
• Countdown to Kickoff (Grey Cup 101), Chairperson, November 2013
• Kiss the Canvass, boxer, in support of RPCI, 2012
• Children's Wish Foundation, Wishmaker Parade (Regina),
• Chairperson, 2005-2009
• Board of the Children's Wish Foundation of Canada (Saskatchewan Branch), Past Co-ordinator, 2000 - 2010
• Saskatchewan Council on Children, Member, 1999-2002

 
Biography

Amanda Quayle's practice concentrates on civil litigation in all areas and aspects including class actions, commercial litigation, labour and employment, administrative law and insurance.

Amanda has acted for many high profile clients including: Monsanto Canada Inc. in the successful defence of the first class action proceeding started in Saskatchewan involving a claim by organic farmers alleging that the introduction of genetically modified canola resulted in the contamination and elimination of the overseas market for organic canola; Potash Corporation of Saskatchewan in proceedings involving a multi-billion dollar dispute over the ownership of potash reserves in the world's largest potash mine in Esterhazy, Saskatchewan; and a financial institution in proposed class proceedings in Saskatchewan involving the allegedly anti-competitive surcharges that are charged to merchants for the use of Visa and MasterCard credit cards.

Amanda has extensive experience in pharmaceutical and medical device class action litigation, including representing: Pfizer in a class action proceeding involving the pharmaceuticals Celebrex and Bextra; Bayer in a class action proceeding involving the pharmaceutical Baycol; Mylan Pharmaceuticals ULC in a class action proceeding involving the pharmaceutical Accutane; Atrium Medical Corporation in a class action proceeding involving a medical product known as pelvic mesh; and DJO Canada Inc. and its parent company in a certified national class action involving a medical device used in knee and shoulder surgeries to assist with pain control.

Seminars & Presentations
• Presenter - 2012 and 2013 Saskatchewan Canadian Centre for Professional
• Legal Education (CPLED/Bar Admission Course): Production and Discovery
• Presenter - 2012 Leadership for Women Lawyers Conference: The
• Importance of Knowledge Management in the Practice of Law
• Presenter - 2012 Law Society of Saskatchewan Continuing Professional
• Development: A Litigator's Perspective: Enforcing and Dealing with Contracts
• in Court
• Moderator - 2007 Insurance & Litigation National Update presented by
• the Canadian Law Firm members of The World Services Group
• Presenter, in-house seminars on wills and estate planning issues, employees
• of University of Regina, 2002
• Presenter, Canadian Bar Association presentation Judicial Independence:
• What it Means to You
• Presenter, client seminars on labour and employment law issues, 2007
• and 2008

Publications
• Homeowners Not Liable For Drinking and Driving Guests InsuranceWest,
• November 2006
• An Owners' Guide to the Saskatchewan Occupational Health and Safety Act
• & Regulations
• Saskatchewan Construction Safety Association Inc. Owners Seminar,
• September 1997 (co-authored with Murray R. Sawatzky, Q.C.)
• Harassment in the Workplace: What is it and what does it mean for
• employers and employees?
• Saskatchewan Legal Education Society, November 1997 (co-authored with
• Susan B. Barber, Q.C.)
• Counselling and Investigation Committee Resource Manual
• Saskatchewan Society of Medical Laboratory Technologists, January 1998
• (co-authored with Judge Kevin A. Lang)

 
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Office Information

Amanda M. Quayle

1500-1881 Scarth Street
ReginaSK S4P 4K9




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