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Field Law 
Edmonton, Alberta Office
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2000 - 10235 101 Street NW
Edmonton, Alberta  T5J 3G1

(Edmonton Jud. Dist.)

Telephone: 780-423-3003
Fax: 780-428-9329
Toll Free: 1-800-222-6479

http://www.fieldlaw.com



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About this office:

Field Law, has been serving clients since 1915. Its three offices, located in Edmonton, Calgary and Yellowknife service a broad spectrum of clients ranging from individuals, to owner-managed businesses, to institutions, to multinational corporations in a wide variety of industries.



 

Specific Practice & Industry Groups Details:
AdministrativeAlternative Dispute Resolution
Banking and FinanceBankruptcy and Insolvency, Security Enforcement
Builders' and Specialized LiensBusiness
Class Actions


Statement of Practice Summary:
General, Full Service Practice: Corporation, Mergers and Acquisitions, Debt Restructuring, Tax, Probate, Security Enforcement, Securities, Real Estate and Land Development, Commercial, Wills, Estates and Trusts, Patents and Trademarks, Intellectual Property, Insolvency, Constitutional, General Negligence, Trials and Appeals, Aboriginal, Insurance, Health, Pipelines, Education, University, Administrative, Employment, Labour, Environmental, Lending, Landlord and Tenant, Construction, Oil and Gas, Government, Mass Litigation.

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Post-Grant Patent Amendment - Canadian and US Options
Shohini Bagchee, September 26, 2016
On the long and sometimes bumpy road of patent prosecution, a Notice of Allowance can be a welcome sign that you are nearly at your destination: a granted patent. But the journey is not over yet. At the time of grant, what if you realize that you need to amend the claims to better protect your...

Canada Labour Code Clarified: Supreme Court Rules That Non-Unionized Employees Can Only Be Dismissed with Cause
Ayla Akgungor,Coleman Brinker, August 18, 2016
At common law, a non-unionized employee may be dismissed without cause or reasons if he or she is given reasonable notice of termination or pay in lieu. However, for non-unionized federal employees, the Supreme Court of Canada has recently clarified that the common law was replaced under the Canada...

New Essential Services Legislation Now In Force
Dana Adams, July 23, 2016
Bill 4 - An Act to Implement a Supreme Court Ruling Governing Essential Services is the Alberta Government’s answer to the Supreme Court’s 2015 decision in Saskatchewan Federation of Labour v. Saskatchewan, which recognized a constitutional right to strike. Prior to that decision,...




Year Established: 1915

Languages: English, French, German, Hungarian and Greek.


All Members of the Firm are Members of the Law Society of Alberta



(For complete biographical data on other personnel, see Professional Biographies at Calgary, Alberta)



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