Chloe currently runs a broad litigation practice. She helps individuals and companies navigate contract disputes, estate and power of attorney disputes, intellectual property disputes, debt collection, mortgage enforcement and corporate/commercial disputes. She also serves insurance companies by defending against personal injury claims. Finally, Chloe has a broad depth of knowledge and keeps up-to-date on current issues facing Canada’s Cannabis Industry.
Chloe serves her clients with a well-rounded approach. Once given a mandate, Chloe will pursue it, maintaining communication with her clients yet also candidly affording deference to the time and costs of litigation.
Prior to joining Field Law as a lawyer, Chloe summered and articled with the Firm. She also spent a summer working for the Calgary Office of the Criminal Division of Alberta’s Crown Prosecution Services.
Outside the Office
Chloe enjoys the outdoors, whether it is horseback riding, downhill skiing, running or hiking. Chloe and her cat, Ash, also volunteer with the Pet Access League Society (PALS) of Calgary.
Pet Access League Society of Calgary (PALS)
2016 - Present
Indigenous Youth Outreach Program Coordinator
2015 - 2017
News + Views + Events
Buildex Calgary Seminar Talks Cannabis in the Workplace
Journal of Commerce
To Each Their Own - Cannabis Rules and Markets to Vary by Territory
Aboriginal Business Quarterly
Cannabis Regulation in Canada’s Territories
Countdown to Cannabis Legislation
Canada’s plans for cannabis legalization are slowly rolling into focus. While many of the details of the regulatory framework are still under review, it is clear that the approach to regulation taken by the Provinces and Territories is mixed and di...
Jail for OHS Offences? Yes - Even if the OHS Prosecutor Didn’t Ask For it!
It has long been the law in Alberta that work site parties convicted of offences under the Occupational Health and Safety Act, Regulations or Code could spend time in jail. Until recently, however, this had never happened. Alberta courts have relied in...
Mitigate Before you Litigate: Recovering Damages for Renovations Gone Wrong
Field Law Blog
Without Prejudice: An Invisibility Cloak for a Mature World
Almost immediately following the unfortunate reality of a termination of employment, another unfortunate reality almost always arrives: a “without prejudice” demand letter. Indeed, that demand letter is perhaps the second “without pre...
The Wild West: Drone Laws and Privacy in Canada
‘Drones’ were first known by the military as unmanned aerial vehicles, and later by the International Civil Aviation Organization as remotely piloted aircraft systems. Drones come in various shapes and sizes and can be p...
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