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Established 90 years ago, Guild Yule LLP has built a reputation as one of Canada’s leading litigation firms for its rigorous approach to legal analysis, its skilled advocacy, and its strong sense of integrity and pragmatism. Our firm is dedicated to providing sound advice and delivering consistently proven results to our clients. Our work has resulted in top ratings from Lexpert, Martindale-Hubbell, Benchmark Canada and Best Lawyers in Canada. The same high standards are found in our Real Estate and Corporate & Commercial practice groups.

Not content to rest on our history, we are hard-working, passionate and dynamic lawyers and paralegals who continue to be at the forefront of an ever-changing legal landscape. We work with our clients to meet their individual needs to deliver creative, proportionate and responsive service. We have implemented a variety of progressive-thinking fee structures for our clients, and provide innovative reporting, and tracking of file cycle times and budgeting.

Latest News

April 12, 2016

The 2016 Guild Yule BC Briefing

Guild Yule lawyers present to Toronto area clients at the 2016 Guild Yule BC Briefing. Copies of the papers and … Read more

March 17, 2016

Vernon Pahl and Jordan Bank Act as Counsel for Co-Defendants in Successful Application Dismissing Action in High-Profile Sports Concussion Lawsuit

This action was brought by Arland Bruce, a former professional football player in the CFL, against a number of defendants, … Read more

February 22, 2016

Congratulations to articled student Natasha Wood on BC Law Schools Moot victory

Congratulations to our 2016 articled student Natasha Wood on her team’s victory in the BC Law Schools Moot.  Natasha and … Read more

Recent Posts

June 6, 2016
Posted by: Adam Howden-Duke

Another US decision addressing coverage for cyber-liability under the CGL policy:

While there continues to be a dearth of caselaw in Canada, following cases such as Recall Total Information Management Inc. … Read more

May 20, 2016
Posted by: David J. Bell

Municipal Liability: Section 736 of the Local Government Act is a Statutory Limitation Period

Anonson v ICBC, 2016 BCSC 441 Section 736 of the Local Government Act, RSBC 2015, c. 1 provides that a … Read more

May 2, 2016
Posted by: Jordan A. Bank

B.C. Supreme Court clarifies the Rule in respect of the location of examinations for discovery of non-resident parties/party representatives

It is not uncommon for non-resident parties to commence actions or to be dragged into litigation in British Columbia. This … Read more