Matthew Turzansky

Matthew Turzansky: Attorney with Field Law
  • Associate at Field Law (122 Attorneys)
  • 2500 - 10175 101 Street NW, Edmonton, AB, Canada T5J 0H3
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Biography

Matthew Turzansky is an Edmonton-based lawyer who provides legal support to a wide range of clients across many of Field’s practice areas. With experience in the areas of general litigation, wills and estates, construction law, and pension law and administration Matthew continues to hone his legal skills through exposure to a variety of Field’s complex client files. Matthew provides legal services to clients across Alberta and the Northwest Territories, including large, public-facing institutions, and small-to-medium-sized businesses.

Clients can rely on Matthew for his thorough and respectful approach to handling their files. By gaining a complete understanding of an issue and informing himself about the related industry, he is able to craft business-focused and practical strategies and solutions. Matthew also strives to engage opposing counsel in meaningful, productive discussions that can help drive a resolution.

Value to Clients

“I believe in cutting to the chase and getting right to the matter at hand. With my clients, I am efficient because I know how valuable their time is. I strive to provide honest, forthright advice that allows my clients to understand their issue and the expected outcome in a fully informed way. This approach leads to more empowered and educated clients.”

Outside the Office

Matthew is a firm believer in reinvesting personal time and resources into the greater community, and lives this by volunteering regularly with the Big Brothers program. Matthew also enjoys spending his free time in musically inspired activities, and supporting local sports teams.

News + Views + Events

May 2016
Sit Back and Relax - Is there a Duty to Mitigate after Termination of a Fixed-Term Contract?
March 2015
Employed in Name Only - An Employer’s Duty to Provide Work
July 2014
Double-Decker Damages: Employer Liability for Aggravated Damages Arising from Workplace Harassment

Areas of Practice (5)

  • Labour and Employment
  • Litigation
  • Education
  • Northern
  • Pensions and Benefits

Education & Credentials

Contact Information:
780 423 7654  Phone
780 428 9329  Fax
www.fieldlaw.com
University Attended:
University of Alberta, Bachelor of Arts, With Distinction, 2009; University of Alberta, Juris Doctor, 2012
Year of First admission:
2013
Admission:
2015, Northwest Territories Bar; 2013, Alberta Bar
Memberships:

Professional

Canadian Bar Association, Northern Alberta Junior Lawyers Section Executive
Member-at-Large

Languages:
Ukrainian
Reported Cases:
Reported Cases: Calder v. Alberta 2017 ABQB 162 Alberta Court of Queen's Bench 2017
ISLN:
922643279

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