Our Lawyers

The practice of law is based on knowledge and creativity. Our lawyers have diverse backgrounds with a range of business and practical experiences as well as varying personal and professional interests.

To learn more about or to contact one of our lawyers please click on their individual profiles.

We look forward to working with you.

Alf carries on a litigation practice concentrating on labour and employment law as well as commercial and insolvency litigation matters.
Alf is a graduate of the University of British Columbia with Bachelor of Commerce Degree and a Bachelor of Law Degree. He joined Pushor Mitchell in 1982 and became a partner in 1985. He is the author of a number of articles on labour and employment and has spoken to many diverse groups on these topics.



As a business lawyer, Andrea loves the challenge of guiding her clients through complex commercial transactions and real estate projects, and she strives for excellence with every task. Andrea has previously acted as in-house counsel at a private corporation and a public body, experiences that provide insight into her clients’ perspectives.



Andrew practices in the areas of business law, real estate law and wills and estates.

Andrew received his Bachelor of Commerce degree from Queen’s University in 2002 and his Law degree from Osgoode Hall Law School in 2005. He was called to the bar in Ontario in 2006 and then to the bar in British Columbia in 2008. 


Ashleigh is an associate lawyer at Pushor Mitchell LLP who practices primarily in the area of criminal law.


Blair’s practice area is business law with a specific focus on corporate, securities and technology law matters.


Brad represents a wide variety of individuals and private companies as a real estate developmentbusiness law and estate planning lawyer.


Brent Coyne is an associate lawyer with Pushor Mitchell who practices in the area of civil litigation with a particular focus on commercial litigation, contractual disputes and debtor/creditor claims.


Brian practices in the area of civil litigation with a focus on family law.


Clarke practices law in the area of criminal litigation and civil litigation.

In his criminal law practice, Clarke has extensive experience preparing and defending our clients. He has represented individuals and companies on everything from minor motor vehicle offences to serious crimes. He also represents the Attorney General of Canada as a prosecutor for offences under the Controlled Drugs and Substances Act, Income Tax Act, Bankruptcy Act and other Federal Acts. 


People and planning are at the core of every transaction that Curtis Darmohray handles as a business, wills and estates, and real estate lawyer at Pushor Mitchell.

David is a litigation lawyer, practicing primarily in the areas of labour and employment law and immigration law.

Greg is a litigation lawyer, acting for clients involved in various kinds of disputes. His litigation work is focused primarily on personal injury matters, income tax and GST disputes, as well as employment matters. In addition, he acts for clients involved in general commercial disputes, including contract disputes, real estate disputes, and insurance disputes.


James’ practice includes a wide range of business law matters, real estate law and estate planning.


 Jeremy is a member of Pushor Mitchell's litigation group.  Jeremy completed a co-operative education term and his articles and began work as an associate at a Kelowna law office.


 Jesse Bernhardt is an associate lawyer with Pushor Mitchell who practices in the areas of Real Estate Development, Business Law, and Wills, Estates and Trusts.


Joni’s practice encompasses a range of civil litigation areas, including estate litigation, wills and labour and employment issues, and disputes related to real property.


Katy practices law in the areas of business law, real estate, wills and estates and wine law.


Keri Grenier is a passionate and caring lawyer for those who have been injured in accidents or through the negligence of others. Focusing her law practice on personal injury, medical malpractice and wrongful death matters, she understands the issues and anxieties facing those who have suffered injuries and responds with practical information and timely solutions to their needs and concerns.


One of the most respected trial lawyers in the Okanagan Region, Mark Baron has spent more than 30 years advocating for and defending his clients’ interests in courts throughout British Columbia.


Mark practices in the area of civil litigation with a focus on construction and employment matters.


Matt is an associate lawyer with Pushor Mitchell who practices in the areas of criminal law, civil litigation and tax litigation.


What ties together the areas of Melodie’s practice – tax, business, wills, estates and trusts law? A common goal: to provide highly effective, approachable, and accessible legal service to each of her clients, regardless of how complex or technical the issues might be.


Monica is a member of Pushor Mitchell’s Family Law Group.


Nick practices primarily in the areas of civil litigation and criminal law, representing and assisting clients in a range of matters at both the Provincial and Supreme Court levels.


 Paul’s practice is limited to serious personal injury claims, and art law. In his personal injury practice, he acts only on behalf of the injured, with an emphasis on brain injury claims, spinal injuries, death claims, and medical malpractice claims. 


Ron’s practice areas are primarily business law, real estate law, estate planning and financial institution security.


Sandra practices exclusively in the area of Immigration and Citizenship law.


Steve’s practice is litigation based with a considerable emphasis on commercial disputes, insurance defence, real estate litigation work as well as realization and bankruptcy and insolvency issues.


 Sue’s practice deals with all areas of business law, real estate law and estate planning.


Taryn is a member of the firm’s Family Law Group. Her practice in general civil litigation includes a specific focus on family law. 


One of the most experienced and highly respected lawyers in the Okanagan Valley, Theresa Arsenault, Q.C., specializes in estate planning and trusts, First Nations transactions and land development, and business and real estate law. She is frequently sought out as a speaker on all these topics and more.


Tom’s practice includes a wide range of tax law matters including tax planning, company law, corporate reorganizations, trusts, estate planning and succession planning for family businesses for clients. He has considerable experience dealing with the Canada Revenue Agency and representing taxpayers in income tax and GST appeals. Tom also advises clients with charitable giving and has established a large number of non-profit societies, registered charities and private foundations.


Vanessa practices in the areas of business law, real estate and wills and estates. As a Registered Trade-mark agent with the Canadian Intellectual Property Office, her business law practice has a specific focus on intellectual property law, including filing Canadian and US trade-mark applications and advising clients on infringement issues. Her real estate practice is expanding to serve purchasers and vendors of freehold property and First Nations Land Developments.


 Wesley Forgione is an associate lawyer with Pushor Mitchell who practices in the area of civil litigation.

Wesley completed his undergraduate studies in Criminology at the University of Windsor in 2008 and received his Juris Doctor of Law from Osgoode Hall Law School in 2012. He subsequently completed his articles with a respected construction and civil litigation boutique in the Greater Toronto Area.