Jamie joined the firm in 1995 and has been a Managing Partner since 2000.

Jamie’s practice consists of serious personal injury claims, industrial incidents, class actions, slip and fall injuries and medical negligence claims.

Jamie has recently become involved as co-Lead Counsel in the Alberta Government’s claim against manufacturers of tobacco for health care costs incurred by the Government of Alberta as a result of tobacco related disease.

Jamie has been continuously listed since 2009 in the Canadian Legal Lexpert is consistently and repeatedly listed in the Best Lawyers in Canada in the areas of personal injury and class actions.
Jamie received the President’s award from the Alberta Civil Trial Lawyers Association for distinguished contributions to the profession, community and advancement of the law.

Jamie has successfully resolved hundreds of cases both outside and within our Court process. Highlights of his resolved cases include involvement as Plaintiff’s counsel and co-counsel in Trials with awards in excess of $1.5 million dollars, certifying the first class action in Alberta, and successfully resolving the first national class action based in Alberta.

Jamie was co-counsel in the largest medical negligence claim in Alberta in the 1990’s.

He has appeared before the Alberta court of Appeal, Alberta Court of Queen’s Bench, and Alberta Provincial Court, and has participated in over a hundred Judicial and private mediations.

Jamie speaks regularly at conferences and continuing legal education seminars on issues involved in personal injury litigation, insurance, maximizing damages and other topics.

Jamie is a founding member of the Canadian Association of Trial Lawyers, Past President of the Alberta Civil Trial Lawyers Association, a Governor of the American Association for Justice (formerly the American Trial Lawyers Association), as well as being a member of the Canadian Bar Association, Calgary Bar Association and Law Society of Alberta. Recently, Jamie was appointed to the Alberta Auto Insurance Rate Board.