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.
Foster Weisgerber Q.C. is a partner is our Regina office. Foster is an experienced civil litigator with a focus on family and criminal law. Foster has appeared at all levels of Court and was awarded the designation of Queen’s Counsel in 2013.
Holli Kuski Bassett is a partner in the firm’s Regina office. Her broad litigation practice focuses on civil and commercial disputes, and estate litigation. Holli has appeared successfully before the Saskatchewan Court of Queen’s Bench and the Court of Appeal.
Matthew Schmeling’s practice focuses on civil and criminal litigation. He defends individuals and organizations charged with criminal, regulatory, and professional discipline offences. He represents individuals and organizations involved in a wide variety of civil litigation.
Robert has prepared submissions and argued before all levels of court in Saskatchewan. Robert understands that navigating the legal system can be overwhelming. His experience and practical approach will assist you in navigating both straightforward and complex legal issues alike in a cost effective manner.
Nicole Folk is an associate in the Regina office. Nicole maintains a practice primarily focused in the area of family law and has experience with both complex and simple disputes. Nicole understands the emotional intricacies and difficulties that may accompany family law disputes and she strives to reach an expeditious resolution that is aimed at reducing conflict.
Rylund Hunter is an associate in the firm’s Saskatoon office. Rylund practices broadly in both corporate law and litigation, with a special interest in dealing with environmental related issues. He has argued matters successfully in Provincial Court and the Court of Queen’s Bench in matters decided by judge and matters decided by jury.
Jordan Graham practices civil litigation and is also a part of McDougall Gauley’s Defence Team. Jordan’s civil practice primarily focuses on construction and engineering claims, while his defence practice applies to a variety of regulatory and criminal matters.