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Commercial Disputes and Enforcement Proceedings

Persuasive Commercial Dispute Lawyers Serving Alberta & Western Canada

Corporate and commercial disputes create legal and financial uncertainty that is bad for business, and can ultimately have a negative impact on operations and on your bottom line. Regardless of the size of your venture, if you are facing a potential dispute over breach of contract, property, or corporate matters, you need practical, proactive legal advice that is responsive to your needs and circumstances.

A Calgary Litigation Boutique Offering Exceptional Service to Commercial Clients

HMC Lawyers acts on behalf of corporate and commercial plaintiffs and defendants throughout Alberta and Western Canada, including:

We pride ourselves on a proven track record of success against parties represented by large, national law firms. Our clients receive exceptional litigation advice and tireless advocacy, along with personal service and close, undivided attention to their individual needs.

Calgary Lawyers for Corporate and Commercial Litigants

The Litigation Team at HMC Lawyers understands that disputes are bad for business, and must be resolved as quickly as possible. Although we prepare every matter as if it were proceeding to trial, we always strive to find efficient and cost-effective solutions for our clients, including pursuing mediation or negotiated settlements wherever feasible. 

We can assist with potential and existing disputes impacting any area of your business, including:

  • Business and corporate disputes; and
  • Commercial contract claims, including breach of contract on behalf of subcontractors and contractors in the construction industry.

In addition to acting at all stages of hearings and litigation, our lawyers can also advise regarding potential claims and other emergent concerns, and represent clients at commercial arbitration and mediation proceedings. 

HMC Lawyers also offers mediation and arbitration services for civil litigation, corporate commercial and construction industry disputes.

Legal Representation for Enforcement Proceedings on Behalf of Creditors

HMC Lawyers assist corporations, financial institutions, and regulatory bodies with enforcements and collections matters, including:

  • Enforcement of judgments in Alberta or in foreign jurisdictions;
  • Negotiating agreements regarding payment under a contract following default;
  • Promissory notes and other debts; and
  • General security agreements.

Our Advocacy Team has experience locating assets, and we can take steps to identify available assets and initiate appropriate legal proceedings to enforce and collect a judgment or other debt. 

Experienced Lawyers Assisting with Every Stage of Your Dispute

The Advocacy Team at HMC Lawyers has over 130 years of combined experience advising clients and litigating on their behalf. Our lawyers know that strategic action at an early stage can help settle matters early and expeditiously, and help prevent prolonged and expensive litigation. We work closely with clients to help them make good business decisions when facing a legal dispute.

To make an appointment with one of our lawyers about a commercial or business litigation matter, contact us online or call 1-800-480-3534.

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Contact HMC Lawyers for Exceptional Legal Guidance

At HMC Lawyers, we offer strategic legal advice. Our breadth of practice experience allows us to promptly handle almost every litigation-related legal issue that may arise, and anticipate potential roadblocks that may delay its resolution. To make an appointment with a member of our team, contact us online or call 403-269-7220

For articling and/or summer student inquiries please contact either Kristen Hagg or Praveen Thind by calling 403.269.7220 or emailing them directly at

HMC Lawyers LLP
#1000 903 8th Ave SW
Calgary, AB
T2P 0P7

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