Grant is esteemed for his "professionalism, diplomacy, knowledgeable advice, patience and skills." He handles a broad spectrum of corporate and commercial disputes, including securities and class action cases.
- Chambers Canada, 2021 Guide

Grant is a corporate and commercial litigator with experience in a broad range of industries and disputes. He fiercely advocates for all of his clients.

He has extensive experience in the Alberta Court of Queens Bench and the Alberta Court of Appeal. He has also appeared in the British Columbia, Saskatchewan and Ontario superior courts, the Federal Court of Canada, the Federal Court of Appeal and the Supreme Court of Canada.

Grant is a problem solver who applies common sense to complex business and legal  problems. He has the ability to pierce through to the essence of disputes and lead clients to practical, cost effective solutions.

Professional Activities

  • Law Society of Alberta, Member
  • Canadian Bar Association, Member
  • Calgary Bar Association, Member
  • Litigation Counsel of America, Fellow
  • Faculty Council University of Calgary Law School, Member

Community Activities

  • Bencher of the Law Society of Alberta
  • Board of Glenmore Christian Academy, 2005-2013, Chair
  • Board of Multiple Sclerosis Society - Calgary Chapter, 2002-2004, Chair
  • Board of Multiple Sclerosis Society - Regina Chapter, 1986-1988, Chair
  • Calgary Telus Convention Centre and Celtic Soccer Club, Past Board Member
  • Regularly handles pro bono cases
  • Actively involved in First Alliance Church
  • Calgary Rocky Mountain Little League, Baseball coach

Personal Interests

Grant has been married to Rita for 35 years. They have three adult daughters. He is a fitness enthusiast, avid golfer and music lover.

Recognitions & Rankings

Recognitions & Rankings

  • Benchmark Litigation: listed as one of the Top 50 Trial Lawyers in Canada, 2020-2024
  • Benchmark Litigation Canada: The Guide to Canada’s Leading Litigation Firms and Attorneys, 2020-2024: recognised as a Litigation Star
  • Canadian Legal Lexpert Directory (2023-2024): recommended as a leading practitioner for Litigation - Corporate Commercial
  • Chambers Canada 2024recognised for Litigation: General Commercial - Alberta (Band 4)
  • Best Lawyers in Canada 2016-2024recognised for Corporate and Commercial Litigation, and Class Action Litigation 
  • Benchmark Litigation Canada Awards: Alberta Litigator of the Year, 2020 and 2021
  • Canadian Law Awards 2023: Litigator of the Year - Excellence Awardee



Grant has experience in the following areas:

Trial and Court 

  • Has represented clients in applications, trials and appeals in the Alberta and Saskatchewan Courts of Kings Bench and Courts of Appeal, the Federal Court, the Federal Court of Appeal and the Supreme Court of Canada
  • Has extensive experience bringing and defending applications for emergency injunctive relief in numerous scenarios, including shareholder disputes, breach of restrictive covenants and non-competition agreements, franchisor/franchisee, intellectual property and other disputes
  • Has represented clients in numerous shareholder disputes and oppression actions
  • Has extensive experience in litigation over defamation, wills, estates and enforcement of guarantees
  • Has successfully applied for and defended applications for Mareva injunctions, Anton Piller orders and attachment orders
  • Has acted as independent supervising solicitor for Anton Piller orders

Reported Decisions

  • Counsel of record in over 100 reported decisions

Alternate Dispute Resolution 

  • Counsel in over 100 mediations and Judicial Dispute Resolution conferences
  • Mediator in civil disputes
  • Counsel and arbitrator in civil disputes

News & Publications

News & Publications

Blog Posts

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Bar Admissions

  • Queens Counsel (2013)
  • Alberta (1988)
  • Saskatchewan (1983)


University of Saskatchewan, (Bachelor of Laws, 1982)

University of Regina (Bachelor of Arts, 1981)

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