Jeremy Taylor

Jeremy Taylor: Attorney with Field Law
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Biography

Jeremy Taylor is a partner in our Edmonton office. He practices primarily in the areas of civil litigation and labour/employment law.

Mr. Taylor's civil litigation practice focuses primarily on corporate and commercial disputes, construction lawsuits, police services defence, and product liability defence. Jeremy has argued cases in all levels of court in Alberta, in the Supreme Court of Canada, in the Provincial Court of British Columbia, in commercial and labour arbitrations, and before the Alberta Law Enforcement Review Board. He has appeared before the Federal Court of Canada, and represented clients in Information and Privacy Commission proceedings. He represents major public institutions, professional associations, Metis Settlements, and corporations and other business entities, as well as individual corporate officers, shareholders, and other business owners.

Mr. Taylor is a sessional instructor in Labour Law at the University of Alberta law school. He has written articles on legal topics, been published in an academic journal, and has presented on various academic and practical topics. He is presently the Co-Chair of the Canadian Bar Association - Constitutional Law and Civil Liberties subsection (Alberta Branch - North).

Mr. Taylor received his B.A. from Simon Fraser University in 1998, his J.D. from the University of British Columbia in 2001, and his LL.M. (Master of Laws) degree from Dalhousie University in 2006, with a focus in civil litigation and constitutional law. He was called to the Alberta Bar in 2002.

Presentations

Lecturer / Teaching Positions

The following is a list of lectures, classes, seminars or speaking engagements given or taught by Jeremy:

Labour Law (LAW 555) Faculty of Law, University of Alberta, Sessional Instructor 2009 - 2013

Past Presentations

The following is a list of presentations, seminars or speaking engagements previously given by Jeremy:

Labour and Employment: 2016 Year in Review Field Law Clients and Guests February - April 2017
Bad Faith and Disability Insurance: Update, Traps and Tips Canadian Pension and Benefits Institute May 2016
Is your Workplace Toxic? Field Law Clients and Guests October 2015
Traps and Tools: School Administration and the Legalities of Bullying Alberta Teachers' Association Legal Issues for System Administrators Conference October 2015
Privacy Law and Journalistic Practices Field Law Clients September 2012
No Kapps on s. 15(2)? The SCC decision in Alberta v. Cunningham, and the future of s. 15 Charter equality claims by disadvantaged groups CBA Constitutional Law and Civil Liberties Subsection (Alberta North) May 2012
Surveillance, Privacy, Spoliation and Privilege Field Law Clients and Guests September 2009
Use or Operation of an Automobile After Vytlingam and Herbison Alberta Insurance Council; Accredited Adjusters' Seminar June 2008
Use or Operation of an Automobile After Vytlingam and Herbison Field Law Clients and Guests March 2008
Re-thinking Whitbread v. Walley: Liberal Justice and the Judicial Review of Damages Caps under Section 7 of the Charter of Rights and Freedoms Faculty Seminar, Dalhousie University Law School 2006

Published Works

Articles

Alberta LTD ruling offers lessons about exclusions for pre-existing conditions Benefits Canada May 2016
Essential Services and Essential Rights: Saskatchewan Federation of Labour and the New Constitutional Right to Strike Workwise (Labour and Employment Law) February 2015
Take Five - Alberta Edition, Counsel Comments Take Five January 2015
Re-thinking Whitbread v. Walley: Liberal Justice and the Judicial Review of Damages Caps under Section 7 of the Charter of Rights and Freedoms Dalhousie Law Journal Spring 2006
Difference Principle Baselines: Egalitarian Theory, Constitutional Interpretation, and the Judicial Review of Damages Caps in Canada and the United States Under Review 2006

Areas of Practice (5)

  • Litigation
  • Labour and Employment
  • Insurance
  • Constitutional
  • Police Services

Education & Credentials

Contact Information:
780 423 7624  Phone
780 428 9329  Fax
www.fieldlaw.com
University Attended:
Simon Fraser University, Bachelor of Arts, 1998; University of British Columbia, Juris Doctor, 2001
Law School Attended:
Dalhousie University, Master of Laws, 2006
Year of First admission:
2002
Admission:
2002, Alberta
Memberships:

Professional Associations

Law Society of Alberta Member 2001-Present
Canadian Bar Association Alberta, Constitutional and Civil Liberties Law Section (North) Member 2009-Present
Canadian Bar Association Alberta, Civil Litigation Section (North) Member 2002-Present
Canadian Bar Association Alberta, Labour and Employment Law Section (North) Member 2008-Present
Canadian Bar Association Alberta, Constitutional and Civil Liberties Law Section (North) Secretary 2009-Present

Reported Cases:
Reported Cases: KS v. Yakabuski 2017 ABQB 252 Alberta Court of Queen's Bench 2017; Cole v. Edmonton (Police Service) 2016 ABLERB AP07 Alberta Law Enforcement Review Board 2016; Oatway v. Edmonton (Police Service) 2016 ABLERB 017 Alberta Law Enforcement Review Board 2016; Kikino Metis Settlement v. Husky Oil Operations Limited 2016 ABCA 228 Alberta Court of Appeal 2016; Tyson v. Holloway 2016 ABQB 284 Alberta Court of Queen's Bench 2016; Elkow v. Sana 2016 ABQB 235 Alberta Court of Queen's Bench 2016; Lucic v. Edmonton (Police Service) 2016 ABLERB 10 Alberta Law Enforcement Review Board 2016; Elkow v. Sana 2016 ABQB 59 Alberta Court of Queen's Bench 2016; Sobieh v. Edmonton (Police Service) 2016 ABLERB 4 Alberta Law Enforcement Review Board 2016; Elkow v. Sana 2015 ABQB 803 Alberta Court of Queen's Bench 2015; Szpuniarski v. Edmonton (Police Service) 2015 ABLERB 27 Alberta Law Enforcement Review Board 2015; Oatway and Cutknife v. Edmonton (Police Service) 2015 ABLERB 024 Alberta Law Enforcement Review Board 2015; Alberta Residential Corporation v Certain Lloyd's Underwriters 2015 ABCA 195 Alberta Court of Appeal 2015; Monaghan v Edmonton (Police Service) 2015 ABLERB 7 Alberta Law Enforcement Review Board 2015; Buffalo Trail Public Schools Regional Division No. 29 v Alberta Teachers Association 2014 ABCA 407 Alberta Court of Appeal 2014; James v Edmonton (Police Service) 2014 ABLERB 57 Alberta Law Enforcement Review Board 2014; DL v. Edmonton (Police Service) 2014 ABLERB 50 Alberta Law Enforcement Review Board 2014; Boychuk v Raymont 2014 CanLII 4511 Alberta Law Enforcement Review Board 2014; Arabi v Alberta 2014 ABQB 295 Alberta Court of Queen's Bench 2014; Samchuk v Anfred & Co. Inc. 2014 ABQB 17 Alberta Court of Queen's Bench 2014; McCallum v Edmonton (Police Service) 2014 ABLERB 17 Alberta Law Enforcement Review Board 2014; Boychuk v Edmonton (Police Service) 2014 ABCA 163 Alberta Court of Appeal 2014; CH v Brodeur 2013 CanLII 69156 Alberta Law Enforcement Review Board 2013; McCallum v Vallee 2013 CanLII 60927 Alberta Law Enforcement Review Board 2013; Persaud v Hunter 2013 CanLII 48823 Alberta Law Enforcement Review Board 2013; Meleshko v. Alberta 2013 ABQB 468 Court of Queen's Bench 2013; Alberta Teachers' Association v. Buffalo Trail Public Schools Regional Division 2013 ABQB 268 Alberta Court of Queen's Bench 2013; Klychak v. Samchuk 2012 ABQB 85 Alberta Court of Queen's Bench 2012; Meleshko v. Alberta 2012 ABQB 787 Alberta Court of Queen's Bench 2012; Klychak v. Samchuk 2012 ABQB 584 Alberta Court of Queen's Bench 2012; Klychak v. Samchuk 2012 ABQB 314 Alberta Court of Queen's Bench 2012; Edmonton (Police Service) v. Alberta (Law Enforcement Review Board) 2012 ABCA 357 Alberta Court of Appeal 2012; Kindylides v. Korol 2012 ABCA 195 Alberta Court of Appeal 2012; Kindylides v. Korol 2012 ABCA 126 Alberta Court of Appeal 2012; Alberta Teachers Association v Buffalo Trail Public Schools Regional Division No 29 2013 ABQB 268 Alberta Grievance Arbitration 2011; Alberta (Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development) v. Cunningham 2011 SCC 37 Supreme Court of Canada 2011; Kindylides v. Edmonton (City) 2011 ABQB 756 Alberta Court of Queen's Bench 2011; Calgary Board of Education and ATA (Re) (2010), 103 C.L.A.S. 98 2010 CanLII 96482 Alberta Grievance Arbitration 2010; Zukowski v. O'Bee 2010 ABQB 421 Alberta Court of Queen's Bench 2010; Laprairie Group Contractors (Alberta) Ltd. v. Ledcor Alberta Limited 2009 ABQB 130 Alberta Court of Queen's Bench 2009; Cunningham v. Alberta (Minister of Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development) 2009 ABCA 53 Alberta Court of Appeal 2009; Sawridge Band v. Canada 2008 FC 322 Federal Court (Trial Division) 2008; Dhaliwal v. EPSB 2008 ABQB 429 Alberta Court of Queen's Bench 2008; Cunningham v. Alberta (Minister of Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development) 2008 ABCA 83 Alberta Court of Appeal 2008; Opal v. Boyd 2008 ABCA 25 Alberta Court of Appeal 2008; Sawridge Band v. Canada 2007 FC 768 Federal Court 2007; Sawridge Band v. Canada 2007 FC 657 Federal Court (Trial Division) 2007; Sawridge Band v. Canada 2007 FC 1054 Federal Court 2007; Opal v. Boyd 2007 ABQB 373 Alberta Court of Queen's Bench 2007; Sawridge Band v. Canada 2006 FC 1218 Federal Court 2006; Sawridge Band v. Canada 2006 FC 1179 Federal Court 2006; Besler v. Dillabough 2006 ABCA 232 Alberta Court of Appeal 2006; Henson v. Champion Feed Services Ltd. 2005 ABQB 215 Alberta Court of Queen's Bench 2005; Condominium Corp. No. 7921945 v. Cochrane 2004 ABPC 4 Provincial Court of Alberta 2004; Schoff v. Royal Insurance 2004 ABCA 180 Alberta Court of Appeal 2004; Henson v. Champion Feed Services Ltd. 2003 ABPC 204 Provincial Court of Alberta 2003
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