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Gregory S. Miller is a partner at Lindsay Kenney LLP and practices from our Vancouver office. His preferred area of law is professional liability and he has extensive experience in the defence of claims against engineers, architects, insurance brokers and other professionals. He also has considerable experience in construction litigation, product liability and insurance coverage issues, and is regularly consulted on such matters by Canadian and international liability insurers.
In addition to his role as counsel, Greg is delighted to play the role of “teacher” as often as his busy schedule permits. He taught insurance industry and business certification courses for many years and is a frequent lecturer for the Continuing Legal Education Society of British Columbia and the Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of British Columbia on legal topics in his areas of practice. He is called upon to give semi-annual lectures on law to the fourth year engineering class at the University of British Columbia.
Greg was born and raised in British Columbia and obtained a Bachelor of Applied Science (Civil Engineering) degree in 1974 from UBC, receiving his designation as a professional engineer in BC in 1976. During his engineering career he was employed in heavy construction and municipal government. In 1985, he obtained a Bachelor of Laws from UBC and was admitted to the BC Bar in 1986.
Greg has long been counsel to the Applied Science Technologists and Technicians of British Columbia and, in 2005, was given an honourary membership in the organization. Since 2009, he has been included in the publication “The Best Lawyers in Canada” in the field of construction litigation. He is included in the Canadian Legal Lexpert Directory as a leading practitioner in “Litigation – Commercial Insurance” who is “repeatedly recommended”.
- Insurance for Professional Services
- Determination of the Duty
- Am I Covered For This Loss?
- Canadian National Railway v. Royal & Sun Alliance–New Certainty for Faulty Design
- Progressive Homes v. Lombard–Finally, Some Certainty?
Bar AdmissionsBritish Columbia, 1986
EducationBachelor of Laws, University of British Columbia, 1985 Bachelor of Applied Science, UBC, 1974
Memberships and AffiliationsLaw Society of British Columbia Canadian Bar Association Vancouver Bar Association Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of British Columbia Applied Sciences Technologists and Technicians of BC Canadian Bar Association Construction Section (former Chair, BC Branch) Canadian Bar Association Insurance Section Defense Research Institute Fellow, Litigation Counsel of America