James S. Steel, Canadian lawyer, specializing in the field of Securities, Corporate, Commercial. Member of Ballem MacInnes.
Steel, James S. was born on September 5, 1933 in Windsor, Ontario.
University of Windsor (Bachelor of Arts, Economics, 1955). Osgoode Hall (1960).
Worked at Ballem MacInnes (Calgary, AB) specializing in General Practice, Administrative, Trial and Appellate Advocacy, Banking, Commercial, Construction and Engineering, Corporation, Insolvency and Receivership, Oil and Gas, Securities and Public Financing, Taxation, Wills and Trusts. Admitted to the bar, 1960, Ontario. 1968, Alberta.
Member: Law Society of Upper Canada.
The firm was established in 1962 by John Ballem, Marvin McDill and Peter Lougheed to provide Canadian and international business with a broad range of corporate legal services, mainly in the fields of energy, financing and commercial law. Wallace MacInnes joined the Partnership in 1965. In 1987, the firm merged with Eden Lamoureux, providing the firm with expertise in several additional areas, particularly construction law.
The firm provides a complete range of legal services, with an emphasis on oil and gas, construction and banking law.