Jakub Ksiazek is a skilled litigator with considerable experience in prosecuting and defending a broad variety of claims, including contract, personal injury, professional negligence cases, investor fraud, construction claims, and other matters. During his fifteen years of practice, Jakub has successfully represented hundreds of clients in matters of varying complexity, ranging from simple disputes to complex and lengthy multi-party proceedings. This comprehensive background allows Jakub to formulate and deliver sound, objective, and practical advice and strategy to all of his clients.
Jakub has appeared before all levels of the Alberta Courts. He has chambers, trial, and appellate experience, having conducted numerous applications and a number of trials and appeals. He has also appeared before the Alberta Securities Commission.
In addition to traditional litigation, Jakub has successfully led or participated in several arbitrations. He has significant experience in alternate dispute resolution and in negotiating settlements, having skillfully represented clients in many dozens of Court assisted or private mediations.
During the course of his career, Jakub spent some years tutoring law students at the University of Calgary and has repeatedly presented on various legal topics, most recently in connection with apportionment of liability in construction claims.
Law Society of Alberta, 2005
Select Reported Decisions
Lay v Lay, 2019 ABCA 21
Janstar Homes Ltd v Elbow Valley West Ltd, 2016 ABCA 417
Re Platinum Equities Inc., 2014 ABASC 71
Martin Estate v Canadian National Railway Company, 2009 ABQB 118
1198816 Alberta Ltd. v Bourbon Lounge Inc., 2008 ABQB 600
Thickwood Real Estate Services Inc. v Berkshire International Development Group Ltd., 2006 ABQB 144