Lyndsey Delamont is an associate in our Litigation Group in Calgary. Her practice is focused on representing companies in complex commercial disputes.
Lyndsey’s litigation experience include disputes regarding: corporate transactions; joint venture and joint operating agreements; transportation, facilities and processing agreements; royalty, net profit interest, farmout and pooling agreements; pricing contracts and accounting disputes; oil and gas service agreements; facility, equipment and pipeline failures; share and asset purchase and sale transactions; finder’s fees; insurance coverage, including property damage and business interruption claims; employment issues, including with respect to investigations of alleged wrongdoing by employees; professional negligence claims regarding oil and gas operations and financial advisors; commercial leases; and fraud, conspiracy and breach of fiduciary claims.
Since 2016, Lyndsey has served on the national pro bono committee at McCarthy Tétrault LLP which helps oversee the approximately 10,000 hours per year of pro bono services that the firm’s lawyers provide to the community. Lyndsey is the supervising lawyer for the Pro Bono Students Canada (PBSC) Dare to Dream Project, which delivers a mock trial program to Siksika First Nation students. She is a regular volunteer with the Civil Claims Duty Counsel Project and Queen’s Bench Amicus Project, which provide pro bono legal advice to unrepresented litigants in the Alberta courts.
Lyndsey is a contributor to the firm’s class actions blog. She has also co-authored a number of articles, including:
- “Piercing the Corporate Veil: A Canadian Overview and Risk Assessment”, Annual Review of Civil Litigation (2014)
- “The Risks and Benefits of Mandatory Preliminary Meetings between Senior Representatives”, ADR Perspectives (February 2016)
Lyndsey received her BA in Psychology (with honours) from Trinity Western University and her JD from the University of Victoria. She is a member of the Law Society of Alberta, the Canadian Bar Association and the Calgary Bar Association.