Kevin obtained his J.D. in 2014 and joined Carbert Waite in 2017. Prior to joining Carbert Waite, Kevin practiced with a major national law firm. Before attending law school at the University of Calgary, Kevin taught middle school in both Ontario and BC. While in law school, Kevin served as the President of the Society of Law Students, was the Calgary coordinator for Pro Bono Student’s Canada and received the Dean Michael Wylie Social Responsibility Award.
Kevin primarily maintains a general commercial and civil litigation practice with a focus on practical and efficient client solutions. Kevin has advised clients in a wide range of disputes and has represented clients in Provincial Court, the Court of Queen’s Bench, mediations and arbitrations.
Kevin is active in the community and participates in various Pro Bono Law Alberta and Pro Bono Student Canada initiatives, including Queen’s Bench Amicus and Civil Claims Duty Counsel. Kevin is also on the Board of Directors of the Alberta based non-profit, Two Wheel View.
- University of Victoria
(Bachelor of Arts 2004)
- University of Western Ontario
(Bachelor of Education 2005)
- University of Calgary
(Juris Doctorate 2014)
- Law Society of Alberta
- Canadian Bar Association
- Calgary Bar Association
- Director at Two Wheel View
Limitations to Vexatious Litigant Orders
September 9, 2020
The Alberta Court of Appeal recently came out with a trilogy of cases (the “Trilogy”) on the issue of vexatious litigant orders, Jonsson v Lymer, 2020 ABCA 167, Makis v Alberta Health Services 2020 ABCA 168 and Vuong Van Tai Holding v Alberta (Minister of Justice and Solicitor General), 2020…Continue Reading
COVID-19: My Temporary Layoff Period is Expiring – Now What?
April 14, 2020
The COVID-19 pandemic has caused significant and harsh economic challenges to businesses in Alberta. In response to these challenges, many businesses have chosen to temporarily lay-off their employees under section 62 of the Employment Standards Code.Continue Reading
April 6 2020 Updates to the Employment Standards Code
April 8, 2020
The COVID-19 pandemic has affected Alberta’s economy and working culture. In response to this pandemic, the Alberta Government on April 6, 2020 made many legislative changes to the Employment Standards Code. Key information about these changes is discussed here.Continue Reading
Medical Marijuana: No Duty to Accept Unacceptable Risk
March 18, 2019
The Supreme Court of Newfoundland and Labrador recently upheld an arbitrator’s decision which found that the duty of an employer to accommodate an employee’s medical marijuana use does not require the employer to tolerate an unacceptable increased safety risk resulting from the possibility of impairment.Continue Reading
Don’t Take Their Word For It: Latent Defects And Why Disclosure Obligations Are Of Limited Value
December 12, 2017
Case-law is replete with examples of the application of the Latin doctrine caveat emptor (buyer beware) which in plain language means the purchaser is solely liable for determining defects upon purchasing property.Continue Reading
Testing the Limit: Suncor v Unifor
October 17, 2017
Alberta employers considering random drug and alcohol testing in unionized and safety sensitive environments have been waiting for the Alberta Court of Appeal’s (“ABCA”) decision in Suncor Energy Inc. v Unifor Local 707A (“Suncor”).Continue Reading