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.
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.
Murray Sawatzky is a partner in our Regina office. Murray practises broadly in the area of litigation and arbitration which includes commercial, construction, environmental, and debtor creditor law. He has particular focus on complex commercial and construction dispute resolution.
Susan (Sue) Barber is a senior partner in the firm’s Regina office. She devotes much of her time to civil litigation, with a particular focus on labour and employment, but including administrative law, general civil litigation, commercial litigation and estate litigation.
Foster Weisgerber K.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.
Amanda is an experienced senior litigator. She acts in complex multi-party commercial and class action litigation, and works with clients and lawyers from other jurisdictions in multi-jurisdictional cases. She defends professionals in licensing-related complaints. She has argued at all levels of courts in Saskatchewan and the Supreme Court of Canada, and arbitral and administrative tribunals.
Scott is a partner with the Saskatoon office. He maintains a labour and employment practice that focuses on all aspects of the employer/employee relationship. He also provides advice in the area of wills and estates and residential real estate.
Mike’s litigation practice focuses on labour and employment law, and civil and commercial litigation. His experience includes acting for employers on the full range of issues relating to the workplace, including collective bargaining, human rights, arbitrations, and wrongful dismissal claims.
Lauren J. Wihak's practice focuses on administrative and public law, civil litigation, and appeals. Lauren previously clerked at the Saskatchewan Court of Appeal and the Supreme Court of Canada. Lauren has appeared before various trial courts, appeal courts in Saskatchewan, Manitoba, British Columbia, and the Supreme Court of Canada. She is fluent in English and French.