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Brad Angove

Brad Angove is an associate in Duncan Craig’s Litigation group, practicing in the areas of construction and commercial litigation, including builders’ liens, deficiency and delay litigation, shareholder disputes, commercial tenancy disputes, commercial collections, debt recovery and insolvency & restructuring. He has been successfully involved in matters at all levels of court, including the Supreme Court of Canada, and has experience with contractual dispute resolution and alternative dispute resolution processes.

Brad acts for corporations, contractors and subcontractors, property managers, home/building owners, and individuals involved in civil litigation. He prides himself on bringing a pragmatic approach to litigation and dispute resolution, and keeping his clients educated on the process and informed about their matters. Brad is a zealous advocate for his clients’ rights and entitlements. He strives to provide straightforward advice with efficiency and efficacy as guiding principles.

In Brad's Own Words:

"In my practice, most of my clients are facing challenges that are difficult, uncertain, and often frightening. One thing that has become obvious to me is that the fear of the unknown can play a significant role in litigation and create unnecessary anxiety. I always find it rewarding to be able to educate my clients on the process and help them understand what to expect and why. My clients appreciate my open communication, and my focus on providing calm and practical advice in an area of law where emotions can run high, and principle can get in the way of progress."

Brad is an active member of the broader legal community and has volunteered with the Edmonton Community Legal Center, Civil Claims Duty Counsel, the Edmonton Protection Order Program, and Pro Bono Students Canada through their Tax Advocacy Project and Queen’s Bench Amicus program. Brad has also taught business law at MacEwan University and currently volunteers as coach of the University of Alberta’s law school women’s rugby team.

In his spare time Brad enjoys playing piano, guitar, and violin. He also builds and paints guitars, and supports the Stollery Children’s Hospital and the Second Chance Animal Rescue Society via auctions of some of his completed projects. Having retired from Rugby, Brad now enjoys golfing and travelling with his wife and daughter.
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