Gord Kuski’s practice focuses on civil litigation in all areas of law including class actions, corporate and commercial litigation, and commercial insurance litigation. He has been involved as counsel in a majority of the major civil disputes in Saskatchewan over the past several years.
William J. (Bill) Shaw maintains a practice in the areas of commercial and residential finance, real estate, and banking and finance, including banking and credit union law, corporate law, governance, and tax planning and implementation. He regularly acts for individuals, small businesses, large corporations and institutions.
Dave McKeague provides advice in mergers and acquisitions, corporate organizations and business structures, corporate reorganizations, commercial real estate developments, commercial financing and secured transactions, private placements, and public offerings of securities. He has advised many institutions on restructuring initiatives and high-net worth clients on corporate and estate planning.
Bob Kennedy’s practise is focused on civil litigation and arbitration, including complex corporate and commercial disputes. He acts as a litigation counsel in the Saskatoon office offering his experience and knowledge to other members of McDougall Gauley’s litigation team.
Aaron Fox was called to the Saskatchewan Bar in 1978. He was appointed Queen’s Counsel in 1997 and inducted as a Fellow of the American College of Trial Lawyers in 2001. He has been recognized by “Best Lawyers” in the Criminal Defence area since 2006. His primary areas of practice are criminal law, professional discipline, and regulatory defence. He is Chair of the McDougall Gauley Defence Team.
Nancy Hopkins is a highly experienced business lawyer with emphasis in mergers and acquisitions, complex contracts and corporate governance. Her M&A experience includes transactions with public companies, private equity firms and strategic buyers. She has served on boards of public, Crown, membership and charitable corporations. She is associated with the accounting profession.
James Morrison is a partner in the Saskatoon office. He has extensive training and experience in all aspects of Dispute Resolution, including mediation, arbitration and collaborative law. He is an experienced court room advocate.