Lucya thrives on crafting litigation strategies that reflect her clients’ philosophy and protect their interests. Litigation is a complex, costly and time consuming endeavor. Lucya employs her expertise as a litigator both in a courtroom and through alternate dispute resolution to yield advantageous results for her clients and their businesses.
Lucya provides experienced legal advice to strata corporations, owners, property managers and council members on a myriad of complex time-sensitive issues, including matters relating to contract disputes, human rights complaints, privacy disputes and civil resolution tribunal disputes.
|Review and draft bylaws and resolutions
|Bylaw enforcement proceedings: levying fines, council hearings, evictions of owners and tenants
|Human Rights Tribunal disputes
|Civil Resolution Tribunal disputes
|Wind ups of Strata Corporations (voluntary and court ordered)
|Contractual disputes: employment, construction, strata property management, consultants and suppliers
|Advice at annual and special general meetings
|Collections, Lien enforcement and forced sale proceedings
Lucya also advises clients in a broad range of business litigation matters including commercial disputes involving shareholders rights and director/officer liability, leasing and real property disputes, breach of contract, and fraud & asset recovery claims.
|Commercial lease and real estate disputes
|Breach of contract disputes
|Creditors’ rights and remedies
|Enforcement of foreign judgments
|Shareholders’ oppression and derivative claims
|Fraud and assets recovery
|Plans of arrangement under BCA/CBCA
Originally from Montreal, Lucya practiced in Quebec for seven years as a litigator in the areas of civil and commercial litigation, commercial real estate disputes, bankruptcy, insolvency & restructuring. With a vast experience in both civil and common law, Lucya assists clients from civil law jurisdictions in understanding the intricacies between both legal systems to achieve their goals practically and efficiently.Download PDF