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DLA Piper (Canada) LLP 
Calgary, Alberta Office
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Livingston Place, 1000 - 250 2nd Street S.W.
Calgary, Alberta  T2P 0C1

(Calgary Jud. Dist.)

Telephone: 403.296.4470
Fax: 403.296.4474
https://www.dlapiper.com/en/canada

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About this office:

Established in 1892, DLA Piper (Canada) LLP is a leading full-service law firm providing a comprehensive range of legal services to clients around the world through our offices across Canada and in Japan. We have more than 200 lawyers working in integrated practice groups that focus on the highest levels of specialization. We add value to our clients' enterprises by helping them achieve their business objectives and resolve their business problems quickly and effectively.

As the Alberta economy has expanded and grown, our Calgary office has maintained an aggressive growth rate and currently provides a broad range of general and specialized legal services. Our team of entrepreneurial professionals has exceptional strength in a wide variety of practice areas including Litigation, Advocacy, Securities & Corporate Finance, Administrative, Insolvency, Corporate / Commercial, Environment, International Business Transactions and Employment & Labour. The DLA Piper (Canada) LLP Calgary office opened in 2002.

Our Calgary office continues to expand its service offerings to fulfill the business needs of clients within Calgary and the surrounding areas. In addition to working with other Davis offices across Canada and in Tokyo, our Calgary office maintains a close working relationship with our Edmonton office, allowing us to provide 'Alberta-based' legal expertise. This working relationship reflects our commitments to our clients in a wide variety of industries including oil and gas, oilfield services and mining.



 

Statement of Practice Summary:
Practice Areas; Aboriginal Law; Administrative Law; Alternative Dispute Resolution; Charities Law; Not-For-Profit Organizations; China Law; South East Asia; Competition; Anti-Trust; Commercial Loans; Construction Law; Corporate Services; Corporate Law; Commercial Law; Education Law; Employment Law; Labour Law; Energy; Utilities; Environment; Estate Planning; Estate Litigation; Family Law; Forestry Law; Franchise Law; Distribution; Health Law; Human Rights; Immigration Law; Infrastructure; Project Finance; Insolvency; Insurance; Intellectual Property; International Business Transactions; International Corporate Governance; International Trade; Japan; Legal Research; Litigation; Media Law; Entertainment Law; Communications Law; Mining Law; Municipal Bonds; Pension Plans; Benefit Trusts; Personal Injury; Privacy Law; Products Liability; Professional Governance; Public Affairs; Real Estate; Renewable Energy; Sustainable Technology; Securities; Corporate Finance; Taxation; Technology Law; Outsourcing; Transportation; Video Games; Interactive Entertainment.

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Important Changes Coming to Alberta’s Guarantees Acknowledgment Act
Michael J. Styczen,Catrina Webster, April 16, 2015
Long-awaited changes to Alberta’s Guarantees Acknowledgment Act1 (“GAA”) will come into effect on April 30, 2015.2 These changes will have a significant effect on the practice of providing personal guarantees in Alberta.

Q&A: Recessionary Layoffs Revisited in Alberta
Michael D.A. Ford, April 7, 2015
During the recession of 2008, many Alberta human resource practitioners and general counsels had to address the impact of employee layoffs. With the current state of economic matters and the price per barrel of oil, many employers have made inquiries regarding whether legal severance requirements...

Summary Judgment Applications in Alberta: Court of Appeal Indicates Appeals from Denials Will Be Difficult to Establish
Melissa Tennison, March 24, 2015
The Alberta Court of Appeal in its recent decision, 776826 Alberta Ltd. v. Ostrowercha, 2015 ABCA 49, discussed the recent changes to the direction of the law on summary judgment applications. It confirmed that the decision of the Trial Judge as to whether or not summary judgment is a fair and...




Year Established: 1892


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