Kyle is an Associate Lawyer and Notary Public at Invicta Law Corporation in Vancouver, BC.
Kyle graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Economics and a Juris Doctor degree in Law from the University of British Columbia, where he was on the Faculty of Arts Dean’s List and received the Law Foundation of British Columbia Entrance Award.
Prior to joining Invicta Law Corporation, Kyle worked at general practice firms in Richmond, BC, where he gained broad exposure to both solicitor and litigation work.
Kyle’s practice areas at Invicta Law Corporation include:
On the solicitor side of his practice, Kyle assists both individuals and small businesses with a wide variety of legal needs, including contract preparation and negotiation, business sales and acquisitions, corporate structuring, commercial leasing, franchising, real estate conveyancing, and estate planning.
As a litigator, Kyle has successfully represented clients before the Provincial Court of British Columbia, the Supreme Court of British Columbia, the Residential Tenancy Board, and the Social Security Tribunal. He has experience acting for clients in family law litigation as well as civil litigation involving various contract, construction, debt, and shareholder disputes.
- University of British Columbia, J.D.
- University of British Columbia, B.A.
- Law Society of British Columbia
News & Resources
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