Gerry is a highly respected member of British Columbia’s legal community, well known for his skilled advocacy and practical approach to resolving disputes in his clients’ best interests.
Gerry’s practice focusses on litigation, dispute resolution and advocacy, with an emphasis on corporate, commercial, estate and administrative law. Often called upon to act as counsel on complex matters, he understands that because every case is unique, attention to detail, creativity and determination are always required to obtain the best possible results for his clients. Gerry brings a similar, principled, and practical approach when resolving disputes through negotiation and/or mediation, whether acting for a party or as a neutral mediator.
Gerry’s administrative law practice includes acting for administrative bodies and professionals. He has extensive expertise in the regulation of the legal profession, including providing advice on ethical and practice matters, conducting or responding to investigations, and acting as counsel on administrative hearings, judicial reviews and appeals. Between 2013 and 2016, Gerry was an adjunct professor at University of British Columbia, co-teaching the Ethics and Professionalism course. Gerry has also been a guest speaker in continuing education courses on topics such as ethical issues when acting in debtor-creditor and estate matters.