Miller Thomson’s lawyers combine their years of experience as advocates and negotiators to provide a full range of administrative law services. With the practice of administrative law encompassing increasingly complex legal and technical issues, our clients rely on our extensive expertise to deal with administrative tribunals, commissions, authorities or boards.
Our team represents professionals, regulatory tribunals, planning tribunals and interveners or persons appearing before such tribunals from a variety of industries, including:
- Oil and Gas
- Land Development
We offer our clients legal support on a full range of administrative law representation/service, including:
- Judicial review applications and appeals
- Appearances before administrative tribunals
- Professional misconduct hearings
- Appeals of professional credentialing and privileging denials
- Negotiations with tribunal officials at all levels
- Submissions to governments regarding prospective legislative changes
- Ethics filings and enforcement proceedings
- Trial and appellate court challenges of administrative tribunal decisions
- Rulemaking and challenges to administrative rules
- Procurement issues, including protests of contract awards
- Open records and open meetings rulings
- Strategic planning
Our experience includes representing or appearing before administrative tribunals such as:
- Environmental Appeal Boards
- Labour Relations Boards
- Utilities Commissions
- Energy Regulators
- Human Rights and Citizenship Commissions
- Information and Privacy Commissioners
- Gaming and Liquor Commissions
- Natural Resources Conservation Board
- Workers’ Compensation Boards
- Subdivision and Development Appeal Board
- Professional Misconduct Panels
Miller Thomson lawyers recognized in The Best Lawyers in Canada 2017
126 Miller Thomson lawyers from across the country and in numerous areas of law have been recognized for their expertise in the 2017 edition of The Best Lawyers in Canada. This result is up from 122 lawyers ranked last year....
IP lawyer James T. Swanson joins Calgary office
Miller Thomson is pleased to announce that James Swanson has joined its Calgary office in the areas of IP, Technology, and Litigation. James enjoys helping clients grow their businesses, managing complex and leading-edge legal issues, and resolving disputes in a...
Miller Thomson lawyers are featured authors in the recently released “2012 Lexpert/American Lawyer Guide to the Leading 500 Lawyers in Canada” detailing key developments in a number of practice areas.
In the just released 2012 Lexpert/American Lawyer Guide to the Leading 500 Lawyers in Canada, a group of Miller Thomson practitioners were asked to share their insights into significant developments impacting the areas of Aboriginal law, Energy and Natural Resources,...
Charles Bois appointed Treasurer of CBA’s Administrative Law section (BC Branch).
James Swanson speaks on privacy breaches
Jim is the Keynote Speaker at the Privacy and Access Council of Canada’s National Privacy and Data Governance Congress. The topic of his address is “What Could Possibly Go Wrong? – Risk and Liability for Privacy Breaches”. For more information,...
Gerald Chipeur will be the Principal Lecturer at the Upcoming Fair Hearing Two-day Seminar in Calgary, Alberta
Brian Curial speaks at the Foundation of Administrative Justice’s 2011 New Horizon’s: Legal Issues for Tribunals Conference
Brian Curial and Jim Duke will co-chair “Aboriginal Health Care Administration for First Nation, Metis and Rural Communities” in Edmonton May 31 to June 2.
Brian Curial speaks at the “Alberta Federations of Regulated Health Professions Fundamentals of Review Committee Process & Practice” in Edmonton on May 11
The Edmonton Office is hosting an Executive Breakfast Seminar on Directors Duties, Obligations and Risks in “The Vicinity of Insolvency” and Environmental Liability on Thursday, October 1
Miller Thomson LLP will host “Recent Developments in Administrative Law” in Edmonton on June 18
The Edmonton Office is hosting an Executive Breakfast Seminar Transportation 2009 on Tuesday, April 21
Regulation and Use of Drones in Canada
Altitudes, CBA National Air and Space Law Section Newsletter
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Winning for the Carrier: Avoiding the Palm Tree (Again)
The Canadian Transport Lawyers' Association Annual Convention
To Litigate or Not to Litigate? Practical Pointers to Pursuing Litigation
It's Personal (Preserving Wealth for People and Private Companies), Thomson Reuters Carswell, Vol. 6, Iss. 2
Making Your Case Before an Administrative Tribunal
CBA Skilled Lawyer Series III
Is Sunlight Always the Best Disinfectant?
Its Personal (Preserving Wealth for People and Private Companies),(Volume 5, Issue 2), Thomson Reuters Carswell, May 2012, Volume 5, Issue 2
Practical challenges to the judicial interpretation of Canada’s ‘Access to Information’ laws.
Climate Change Legislation & Transportation Transformation
The Transportation Lawyer
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Legal Road Map for Carriers, Shippers and Others
CITT National Symposium for Supply Chain and Logistics Professionals
CITT Reposition 2010, (CITT National Symposium, October 27-29, 2010)