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Alberta, 2013

Keith is an associate in our Litigation Group in Calgary, where he maintains a general corporate commercial litigation practice, with a focus on complex contractual disputes and public law.

Commercial Disputes

Keith’s experience includes litigating contract disputes on behalf of clients in a wide range of industries, including: oil and gas (with a particular focus on the midstream); seismic data gathering and licensing; engineering and construction; software sales; natural gas and electrical utilities; and industrial equipment manufacturing.

In addition to contract disputes, Keith has acted on several matters involving the failure of industrial infrastructure and equipment. His experience also includes disputes relating to termination of employment, commercial leases, construction project delays, breach of fiduciary duty, professional negligence, and shareholder disputes.

Liquor Regulation

Keith has represented clients at all stages of the liquor beverage supply chain, including manufacturers (breweries, distilleries, and wineries), agents and distributors, retailers, restaurants, and delivery services. His experience includes advising on compliance with Provincial regulations and municipal bylaws, advertising and promotions, private contract disputes, licensing, responding to regulatory audits and enforcement actions, and advising on government lobbying activities.

Environment and Energy

Keith advises and advocates for clients on environmental matters, including: regulatory and licensing processes for nuclear power generation and carbon capture and sequestration projects; defense of Fisheries Act prosecutions; and proceedings before the Alberta Environmental Appeals Board.


Keith obtained his Juris Doctor from Dalhousie University’s Schulich School of Law. Keith earned a B.A. in Asian Studies from the University of British Columbia (2009) and a B.Sc. in Zoology from the University of Calgary (2019).