Anthony has appeared on behalf of clients at the Provincial Court of Alberta and the Alberta Court of Queen’s Bench. Anthony’s approach to providing legal services sees him delivering efficient, considered counsel while also maintaining a focus on avoiding unnecessary, costly litigation. With this approach, he is able to come to a resolution quickly and fairly, while still preserving amicable relations with all sides.
Value to Clients
“I am eager to do a good job for my client. My style of doing business is efficient, honest and forthright, and I believe that being up front with both clients and opposing counsel is the quickest route to an amicable resolution for all sides. By being approachable, knowledgeable and dependable, I deliver business-focused solutions to clients while still retaining a personal touch.”
Outside of Work
When Anthony isn’t at the office he can be found spending time with friends and family, and enjoying all that his home city has to offer. An avid athlete, Anthony is also a competitive power lifter and has taken his passion for the sport to a number of world championships. Anthony also uses his free time to give back to the community, and uses his athleticism and sports knowledge as a referee and coach for multiple sports.
Nelson v. City of Grande Prairie, 2018 ABQB 537
Steer v Chicago Title Insurance Company, 2018 ABQB 28
Meghji v Ippolito, 2017 ABPC 7
Alberta Powerlifting Union
2012 - Present
University of Alberta Powerlifting Association
2010 - 2013
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January 19, 2015
Anthony Burden Joins Field Law as Insurance and General Litigation Associate
Field Law is pleased to welcome Anthony Burden as an associate in the Insurance and General Litigation Groups effective January 19, 2015.Anthony accumulated a broad range of legal experience throughout his apprenticeship at a mid-size Edmonton firm. Fo...
Slip and fall defence
The insurer for a local municipality approached Field lawyer, Anthony Burden to aggressively defend a negligence claim and contest liability.
Within two weeks of having the file Anthony successfully opposed a previously scheduled Application, and took steps to apply for summary dismissal of the claim. By applying for summary dismissal as soon as possible and questioning the Plaintiff on undertakings, Anthony was able to obtain helpful evidence on quantum moving forward. The co-plaintiff abandoned its claim prior to the Application. The Application for summary dismissal was ultimately dismissed, but leave was granted to re-apply with fuller evidence, which is now underway.
Anthony helped his client gain a better idea of the strength of both parties’ evidence, providing the knowledge needed to confidently defend the claim in a situation where the most recent similar reported cases dated from the 1930s.
Canadian Bar Association 2013-Present
Law Society of Alberta 2013-Present
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