Theodore D. Bossé, QC, Honorary Consul to Finland in Alberta, Knighted

Ogilvie Law celebrates the knighting of one of its very own.  

Meet Our Newest Partner

Congratulations to Desiree Ryziuk from the Ogilvie LLP team It’s with great pride and anticipation that we announce that Desiree Ryziuk has been named our newest partner. Desiree’s 9 years of experience with the firm and her expertise in commercial and employment law make her a tremendous asset to our team and the clients we [...]

How Volunteering Can Make a World of Difference.

Recognizing Denis Lefebvre’s contributions to Pro Bono Law Alberta. All Albertans deserve access to justice. That’s why non-profit Pro Bono Law Alberta (PBLA) creates opportunities for lawyers to provide free services to persons of limited means. As a Civil Litigation Associate at Ogilvie, Denis Lefebvre is actively involved with PBLA. From resolving employment disputes to [...]

Is your home reno protected against a subcontractor lien?

If you are thinking about hiring a contractor to help with home renovations or any type of improvement to your property, protect yourself from subcontractor lien claims by complying with the provisions of the Builders’ Lien Act. “Under the Builders’ Lien Act you are required to hold back 10% of each payment made to your [...]

Beyond the Oscars: is a job applicant’s social media history relevant?

If you’re a fan of the annual Academy Awards (or the Oscars, as they’re more commonly known), you’re aware of one of the more notable features of 2019’s event: the absence of a host – apparently for the first time since 1989. While the lack of an emcee didn’t appear to hinder the event’s success, [...]