John A. Cross, Q.C.

Partner | Edmonton

780.429.9745

Portrait of John A.  Cross

John Cross is a corporate-commercial lawyer with considerable experience in financial services and real estate law. He has facilitated major projects in all facets of commercial development including transactions, construction, leasing, and financing. He has extensive experience on both the lending and the enforcement side of secured transactions.

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Miller Thomson lawyers recognized in The Best Lawyers in Canada 2019

In the just released 2019 edition of The Best Lawyers in Canada, 144 Miller Thomson lawyers from across the country have been recognized for their expertise in 47 areas of law. This includes 6 lawyers who were awarded “Lawyer of the Year” in...

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Miller Thomson recognized in 2018 Canadian Legal Lexpert Directory

In the recently released 2018 edition of the Canadian Legal Lexpert® Directory, 90 Miller Thomson lawyers across 35 areas of law have been recognized for their industry-leading advisory expertise.  These rankings are the culmination of an extensive annual peer review process...

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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....

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Miller Thomson recognized in 2014 Best Lawyers in Canada

We are pleased to announce that 80 Miller Thomson lawyers have been recognized in the 2014 edition of Best Lawyers in Canada (this is 15 more lawyers than last year). Seventeen lawyers are new to the list. Additionally, the following lawyers from...

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Buying Commercial Real Estate in Canada

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John Cross and Barrie Pomerance speak at the Calgary Real Estate Leasing Conference.

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The Land Use Licence – A Right Without an Interest (And Why That Matters)

Just what is a land use “licence” anyway? The current edition of a Canadian leasing law textbook defines a licence as the granting of permission to another party to do something which they could not otherwise do without trespassing on...

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