Erin Stewart provides a supportive role in resolving construction and complex commercial disputes.
Erin has a strong background in secured and unsecured realizations, receiverships, foreclosures, CCAA proceedings and bankruptcy. She has been involved in numerous construction law cases, large and small, including cases related to builders liens, bonds, delay claims, extras and deficiency claims.
Erin drafts pleadings and court applications, assists with document production including gathering, analyzing and summarizing evidence, retaining and instructing experts, interviewing witnesses and communicates directly with clients, counsel and related parties. Erin is one of the few paralegals in this province who appears in Supreme Court to assist counsel in complex Chambers applications and Trials.
Erin graduated with a Legal Administrative Certificate from Camosun College in 2001 and a Paralegal Diploma from Capilano University in 2004. She has been with the firm since 2006 and became a designated paralegal in 2015.
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New Developments in Agricultural Land Use: Am I Permitted to Build a Second Home? By Jordan Forsyth and Cristen Gleeson
The Provincial Government announced proposed further changes to its regulations pertaining to a second home on agricultural land on January...
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