400 3rd Avenue SW, Suite 4050
Calgary, AB, T2P 4H2

+1 403 296 2280

Litigation Star

Top 50 Trial Lawyers in Canada

Practice area:

Professional liability

Perry is a senior litigation counsel and at Peacock Linder Halt & Mack LLP. Perry has over thirty years’ experience in a broad litigation, arbitration and mediation practice. He has appeared as counsel in administrative and regulatory hearings, at all levels of Court in Alberta, the Federal Court of Canada and the Supreme Court of Canada. Perry’s counsel work has covered a wide diversity of private and public law matters including corporate commercial, construction, insurance, oil and gas and administrative law matters. His clients have included commercial, governmental, insurance, regulatory, professional and individual interests. 

Perry is a highly regarded mediator and arbitrator. He has presided over a diverse and broad range of disputes involving construction, corporate commercial, professional liability, class action and personal injury. 

Perry is consistently peer ranked as a leading litigation counsel. In 2016, Benchmark Canada awarded Perry the distinction Alberta Litigator of the Year. Perry has also been recognized as a Litigation Star and one of the top 50 Trial Lawyers in Canada by Benchmark. He is recognized in the Annual Lexpert/American Guide to the leading 500 Lawyers in Canada as a leading practitioner in corporate commercial litigation. Chambers Canada, Benchmark Canada and Best Lawyers have described Perry as leading counsel in Alberta. Martindale-Hubbell has designated Perry its highest rating for professional ability and ethical standards (AV). Best Lawyers in Canada awarded Perry the distinction Calgary Lawyer of the Year (Personal Injury) in 2013 and Calgary Lawyer of the Year (Alternative Dispute Resolution and Insurance Law) in 2017. Perry is a fellow of the American College of Trial Lawyers. 

Perry was appointed Queen’s Counsel in 2002. He is a three time elected bencher of the Law Society of Alberta and served as President of the Law Society of Alberta in 2008. 


Updated April 2022