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.
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Alf carries on a litigation practice concentrating on labour and employment law as well as commercial and insolvency litigation matters.
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.
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.
Geord’s practice deals with all areas of real estate law and business law, with a particular focus on real estate development. He has lengthy experience in raising private capital under exemptions within the Securities Act and Rules, and has acted for developers of projects in foreign jurisdictions marketing within British Columbia. He also has a niche practice in adoption 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 and employment. In addition, he acts for clients involved in general commercial disputes, including contract disputes, real estate disputes, and insurance disputes.
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.
Paul’s practice is limited to serious personal injury claims on behalf of the injured, with an emphasis on brain injury claims, spinal injuries, death claims, and medical malpractice claims. He also has considerable experience in product liability cases, and has been involved in cases against motor vehicle manufacturers, and bicycle manufacturers, in Canada, the United States, and the United Kingdom.
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.