Carleton University; University of Windsor (Bachelor of Laws, 1981). McGill University (Bachelor of Civil Law, 1986). Spoken languages: English, French and Polish.
Worked at Macleod Dixon (Calgary, Bachelor of Arts) specializing in General Practice, Corporate Law, Commercial Law, International Trade, Banking, Securities, Energy Law, Mining Law, Insolvency, Debt Restructuring, Project Financing, Corporate Finance Law, Leveraged Buyouts, Corporate Reorganizations, United States Private Placements, Aircraft Financing, Litigation, Alternative Dispute Resolution, Taxation, Shareholder Rights, Estate Planning, Wills, Trusts and Estate Administration, Mental Health Law, Commercial Property Development, Real Estate Conveyancing, Environmental Law, Insurance Law, Private Business, Regulatory and Administrative Law, Professional Liability Law, Aboriginal Law, Intellectual Property, Pension and Employee Benefits, Personal Legal Services, Product Liability Law, Employment Law. Admitted to the bar, 1983, Ontario. 1987, Quebec.\r\nCompany-Author: "Extraterritorial Application of Export Control Legislation: Canada and the United States of America," Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, 1990.\r\nAuthor: "A Framework Foreign Understanding "Soft Law," McGill Law Journal, Volume 30, Number.
1, p. 37, December, 1984. Member: American Society of International Law.\r\nCanadian Council of International Law. Macleod Dixon has played an integral role in Canada"s business community since 1912.
The firm has over 130 legal professionals in its Calgary, Toronto, Moscow, and Almaty offices.\r\nMacleod Dixon"s philosophy is based on an uncompromising commitment to service in meeting the diverse needs of our clients. Our goal is to provide business solutions in a timely and cost-efficient manner. We have had the privilege of representing many corporate leaders in complex and pioneering transactions throughout Canada and the world.\r\nWe are sensitive and responsive to the issues facing corporate counsel and other purchases of legal services and provide creative solutions to their challenges.
Canadian Bar Association. American Society of International Law. Canadian Council of International Law.\r\nSociete de Droit International Economique.