Andrew T. Lloyd, Attorney at Law

Andrew T. Lloyd has a law practice in Calgary, Alberta

Davis LLP

This Lawyer has extensive experience representing clients in: Aviation Regulations, Business Law, Corporate Law matters.

Contact Info:

Phone: 403-698-8786
Fax: 403-697-6628
Website: www.davis.ca

Main Office Location:

1000 - 250 2nd Street S.W.
Calgary, Alberta
Practice Area
  • Aviation Regulations
  • Business Law
  • Corporate Law
English
Qualification

  • Alberta

  • University of Calgary, LL.B., 1996; University of British Columbia, B.Comm., 1990

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Calgary HeraldThe lawyer also said his client's parents have visited him several times and are holding up “about as well as parents of a person in this situation can be.” Because the accused is the son of a senior Calgary police officer, Insp. Doug de Grood, Alberta ... more »
The Globe and MailMinimum wage is as low as $9.95 (Canadian) per hour in Alberta, and as high at $11-per-hour in Nunavut, with Ontario preparing to raise its minimum wage to $11 per hour in June. U.S. President ... It would be difficult for workers in Canada to strike ... more »
CBC.caThe lawyer for former Guantanamo Bay inmate Omar Khadr says his client is to be transferred to a federal medium-security prison in central Alberta. Dennis Edney said Khadr is to be moved to the Bowden Institution near the town of Innisfail, but it is ... more »
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