Kent Davidson is the Managing Partner of the Edmonton office of Miller Thomson and a member of the firm's National Executive Committee. Kent practices Labour and Employment law as well as commercial litigation. He has provided strategic labour and employment advice to employers in a variety of sectors. Kent’s extensive experience in litigation matters and keen interest in the employment relationship give him a unique perspective and equip him to provide sound, informed and proactive employment related service. He has provided counsel in many complex commercial litigation cases. Kent has also provided strategic advice to a vast array of employers in labour and employment matters appearing as counsel in arbitration and court proceedings. He has appeared before the Alberta Labour Relations Board, the Court of Queen’s Bench, the Court of Appeal and the Supreme Court of Canada representing the interests of employers.
Kent served two terms on City Council in the City of St. Albert. He has remained active in his community throughout his career.
- B.A. (with distinction), University of Alberta, 1979
- LL.B., University of Alberta, 1982
- Appointed Queen’s Counsel, 2008
- Founding President, St. Albert Community Foundation
- Member, Law Society of Alberta
- Member, Canadian Bar Association
- Soost v. Merrill Lynch Canada Inc.: Welcome judicial restraint exercised in the analysis of wrongful dismissal damages, Labour and Employment Communiqué, January 21, 2011
- What's On Your Computer? - Alberta Court of Appeal Sends Strong Message, Labour and Employment Communiqué - Alberta, Fall 2009
- Alberta Court of Appeal Upholds Drug Testing, Labour and Employment Communiqué - Alberta, Spring 2008
- Update on Drug and Alcohol Testing in the Workplace, Labour and Employment Communiqué, May 30, 2007