Lindsay Kenney acts for individuals and businesses before various regulatory tribunals, boards, and commissions, navigating clients through regulatory issues with governmental and non-governmental bodies such as Revenue Canada, the Transportation Safety Board, and the Residential Tenancy Board.
Most of the work we do occurs outside of the courtroom, whether that means negotiating a resolution or working through the tribunal process. Only if an appeal is being made will court become necessary; our lawyers have experience in a wide range of tribunals and in administrative procedures, which allows us to successfully represent our clients when negotiation does not resolve a particular dispute.
We represent businesses in WorkSafeBC disputes and the Workers Compensation Appeals Tribunal, disputes with associations (such as the New Car Dealers Association and the Motor Vehicle Sales Authority of BC), and issues with Revenue Canada.
Lindsay Kenney lawyers represent clients in a variety of disputes, including residential tenancy disputes (acting for the landlord or the tenant), the BC Human Rights Tribunal, and the Employment Standards Branch. We particularly have experience representing employers who have disputes with their employees over a variety of issues, and we often act on behalf of employees and employers involved in Human Rights disputes.
Our lawyers pursue and defend claims for individuals, businesses, and statutory bodies. Contact a Lindsay Kenney lawyer today.