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:
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.
Documents by Lawyers at this office
Paving The Way Forward: Automobile Claims and Diminished Value
John Gilbert,Alexander Yiu, January 15, 2014
The long awaited King et al v. Satchwell et al., 2013 ABPC 358, decision of the Honourable Judge Skitsko on diminished value has been released. This decision, argued by Field Law’s own Alex Yiu, has helped to clarify several legal issues being disputed in this hotly contested area of law.
Municipalities Can Make Mistakes Significantly Impacting Land Developers
Brian Futoransky, December 13, 2013
This summer the Alberta Court of Appeal in the case of 1694192 Alberta Ltd. v. Lac La Biche County (Subdivision and Development Appeal Board), was asked to grant 1694192 Alberta Ltd. leave to challenge a decision made by the Lac La Biche Subdivision Appeal Board in which it revoked a development...
Relative Priorities of Planning Instruments Governing National Park Towns
Elsa Johnson, December 13, 2013
Municipalities located within national parks are subject to unique development constraints. The federal National Parks Act and provincial Parks Towns Act enable agreements between the federal and provincial governments for incorporation of towns within national parks. Once incorporated, park towns...
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)