Mathews Dinsdale is pleased to announce that Wilson Chan has joined the firm’s partnership. Wilson works out of our Calgary office.
Law Society of Alberta
University of Alberta, B.A.
University of Alberta, Certificate in Globalization and Governance
University of Calgary, J.D. (Valedictorian)
Calgary Bar Association
Canadian Association of Counsel to Employers (CACE)
Federation of Asian Canadian Lawyers
Student Legal Assistance (Director)
University of Calgary Faculty of Law (Instructor)
Wilson is an experienced litigator who has focused his practice on all aspects of the employee-employer relationship. This includes conducting workplace investigations, advising employers on workplace law and representing companies in wrongful dismissal claims, workers’ compensation and OH&S matters, labour board and grievance arbitrations and human rights and privacy complaints.
Wilson is experienced in trial, appellate and arbitral work and has successfully appeared before the Provincial Court of Alberta, the Court of Queen’s Bench of Alberta, and a number of quasi-judicial bodies.
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