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Vancouver, BC, V6C 3L2

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Litigation Star


Jurisdiction:

British Columbia
Canada

Practice area:

Commercial
Entertainment
Insurance
Professional liability


David Edinger is a Partner in Singleton Urquhart Reynolds Vogel LLP’s Commercial Litigation, Construc­tion and Professional Liability Law Groups. He is also co-chair of the firm’s Conflict Committee, and a Member of the Management Committee.

 
David helps clients through uniquely tailored and effective approaches which include resolving matters through negotiation, mediation, arbitration and litigation at all levels of court in British Columbia.

 
His broad range of expertise and experience includes resolving commercial disputes and providing advice for film, television, music and book publishing related commercial and intellectual property issues, employment and infant matters, and personal services, investment and financing agreements; competition law and product liability class actions;  owners, sureties, general contractors and consultants in relation to builders lien claims, claims for extras, delay, deficiencies and professional liability; employers and employees in relation to hiring, termination, severance, confidentiality, non-competition and non-solicitation and providing related advice on Human Rights Code and Employment Standards Act matters; directors and officers in respect of their statutory obligations and their obligations to investors, creditors and under applicable securities law; shareholders and partners in relation to disputes arising under shareholders and partnership agreements; professional liability claims against lawyers; e-commerce and internet-based or related issues, including online copyright breach and defamation. 

 
David also regularly handles cross-border litigation and conflict of laws issues, including jurisdictional matters, the recognition and enforcement of judgments and the securing of evidence across borders and is very experienced working with United States-based counsel on such matters.

 

Updated March 2022