- Business Law
- Wills and Estates
|Contact Info||Telephone: (604) 682-7474|
Fax: (604) 682-1283
|Mailing Address||1200-925 West Georgia Street, Vancouver, British Columbia, V6C 3L2|
|Law School||University of Hull, Bachelor of Laws, 1976; Inns of Court School of Law, Inner Temple, 1977|
|Admitted||1977, United Kingdom; 1981, British Columbia|
Born and raised in the United Kingdom, Mr. Thompson emigrated to Canada in 1978. He was called to the British Columbia Bar in1981 after becoming a Canadian citizen.
Mr. Thompson's early practice concentrated on real estate lending, realizations and insolvency. In recent years, it has featured business and real estate development, construction, leasing, environmental issues and other property related matters, as well as financing, corporate and commercial business matters, and estates and estate planning.
In his practice he seeks to enhance his clients' business and personal interests through the prompt and effective identification and implementation of business opportunities and problem resolution. Efficient and practical resolution of client concerns is a central feature of his approach to the practice of law.
Mr. Thompson is married with three daughters. Out of the office he enjoys competitive squash (as his injuries allow) and numerous outdoor sports, and can otherwise be found either indulging in outdoor pursuits with his family or pursuing his musical interests.
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Proposed Amendments to Ease Strata Windups
Allison Godey,Mark S. Thompson, January 5, 2016
Faced with the problem of aging strata developments exceeding their maintainable lifespans, the provincial government has put forward changes to British Columbia’s Strata Property Act that propose a relaxation of the requirements for the windup of a strata corporation.
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