Jenkins Marzban Logan LLP concentrates its activities in three principal practice areas:
Construction Law: Our dedicated construction law group is one of the largest in Western Canada, providing focused, practical and cost-effective legal services to a wide variety of construction industry participants.
Family Law: All aspects of family law, whether by way of negotiation, litigation, arbitration or mediation, including preparation and negotiation of all manner of domestic and marriage contracts; custody, joint custody, time-sharing and access rights; spousal and child support and maintenance; property division, including rights in family property, business and professional activities; pensions and estates; and tax implications of marriage and divorce.
Commercial Litigation: All aspects of commercial litigation, including business disputes, shareholders’ remedies, insurance disputes, commercial tenancy disputes, expropriations, administrative law matters, labour and employment disputes, defamation actions, product liability cases, real estate and development disputes.
Dinyar Marzban, QC: Called to the Bar in 1982 (British Columbia) and 1985 (Nova Scotia). Engaged in all aspects of family law. Family law mediator. See Lexpert® Leading Practioner biography. (E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org)
John S. Logan: Called to the Bar in 1983 (British Columbia) and 1986 (Nova Scotia). Practice restricted to commercial and construction litigation. See Lexpert® Leading Practioner biography. (E-mail: email@example.com)
Michael G. Demers: Called to the Bar in 1990, Practises in the areas of construction, commerical litigation and construction contract drafting. See Lexpert® Leading Practitioner biography. (E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org)
Scott L. Booth: Called to the Bar in 1994 (British Columbia). Practises exclusively in all areas of family law. Family law mediator. See Lexpert® Leading Practioner biography. (E-mail: email@example.com)
Donald A. Thompson, PEng: Called to the Bar in 1992 (British Columbia). Practises in the areas of construction law, surety law, and builders’ liens. Contributing author to Law Society of British Columbia Builders’ Lien Practice Manual. Lecturer at the Professional Legal Training Program Bar Admission Course. Member of the Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of British Columbia, the Association of Professional Engineers Geoscientists of Alberta, the Vancouver Regional Construction Association, the Canadian Bar Association (Construction Law Subsection), and the Law Society of British Columbia. (E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org)
Jane M. Reid: Called to the Bar in 2003 (British Columbia). Practises in the areas of Family Law. Contributing Author, Annotated Family Practice 2009–2012. Contributor for the Update to Family Law Agreements, Annotated Precedents 2009–2012. Member: Law Society of British Columbia; Canadian Bar Association; American Bar Association; Vancouver Family Law Section (Executive Member, 2008-2011, co-Chair 2010–2012); International Academy of Collaborative Professionals, Collaborative Divorce Vancouver. Certified Family Law Meditator. (E-mail: email@example.com)
Tyler S. Galbraith: Called to the Bar in 2004 (British Columbia). Practises in the areas of Civil Litigation; Commercial Litigation; Construction Law; Builders Liens; Surety Law; Real Property Disputes. Contributing Author, Law Society of British Columbia Builders’ Lien Practice Manual; Canadian Forms and Precedents; Debtor/Creditor Construction Liens. Member: Law Society of British Columbia; Canadian Bar Association (Contruction Law Subsection). (E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org)