SB Barristers & Solicitors

Canada

Address:
2920 Calgary Trail, Suite #209
Edmonton, AB, T6J 2G8
Canada

Telephone:+1 780 438 5281
Fax:+1 780 438 5296
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SB LLP is an Edmonton based law firm providing a full compliment of legal services, including civil litigation, family law, corporate and commercial transactions, employment, law, residential real estate transactions, and wills & estates.


The litigation team lead, Sandeep Dhir, Q.C., has been recognized as a Benchmark “Litigation Star” annually since 2013, and co-authored the Carswell textbook Collections Law in Alberta: A Practical Guide, published in 2012.


The litigation team has experience advocating on behalf of clients in the Provincial Court of Alberta, the Federal Court of Canada, the Court of Queen’s Bench of Alberta, the Alberta Court of Appeal, and the Supreme Court of Canada.


We also have experience appearing on behalf of clients in front of administrative and regulatory tribunals and advocate for clients in mediations and arbitrations.


SB LLP prides itself on representing clients in multiple languages and is the largest South Asian Canadian owned law firm in Western Canada., with key areas of service in:

  • Complex Litigation;
  • Commercial and Contractual disputes;
  • Bankruptcy, Insolvency, and Restructuring;
  • Foreclosures;
  • Metis and First Nations Law;
  • Construction law and Builders’ Liens;
  • Alternative Dispute Resolution (Commercial Mediations and Arbitrations);
  • Appellate Advocacy;
  • Interlocutory and Permanent Injunctive Relief;
  • Insurance Disputes;
  • Regulatory Work including Zoning and Subdivision Appeals;
  • Commercial Lease Disputes and Enforcement;
  • Debt Collection;
  • Security Enforcement;
  • Condominium Property Act matters;
  • Wrongful Dismissal;
  • Constructive Dismissal;
  • Human Rights Complaints;
  • Immigration Appeals; and
  • Judgment and Creditor Enforcement.


SB LLP acts for public and private companies, national and provincial financial institutions, commercial landlords, receivers and trustees, developers, human rights organizations and not for profit societies.

 

Updated March 2022