We are experienced trial and appellate lawyers and are frequently retained by other law firms as litigation counsel. Our lawyers regularly appear on behalf of our clients at all levels of court in Canada. We have successfully argued numerous landmark cases before the Supreme Court of Canada in the areas of criminal, constitutional, and First Nations law.

RK Litigation Practice Areas

In 1997, we were the first law firm in British Columbia to bring a proposed class action to the British Columbia Court of Appeal. Since that time, RK Litigation has acted many times on behalf of classes of plaintiffs.

For the past 35 years, we have fought on behalf of First Nations from across Canada. We have acted in many precedent-setting Aboriginal rights and title cases, beginning in 1985.

RK Litigation represents clients facing all types of criminal, quasi-criminal, and regulatory offences before all levels of court in British Columbia and elsewhere in Canada.

RK Litigation has a broad civil litigation practice, regularly representing clients in all types of matters and at all level of courts in Canada, including the Supreme Court of Canada.

Our lawyers have successfully argued numerous precedent-setting appeals in class actions, aboriginal title, constitutional, and criminal law matters. We are regularly hired by other law firms for our appellate advocacy experience.

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Class Actions
Lemon Creek Fuel Spill Class Action

Certified class action concerning the spill of 35,000 litres of jet fuel into the Slocan Valley region of British Columbia.

Lap-Band Class Action

Proposed class action concerning the failure rate of the adjustable gastric band implant known as Lap-Band.

HIV/AIDS Privacy Class Action

Proposed class action against the University of British Columbia and others for unlawfully disclosing the HIV+ status of nearly eight-hundred residents of British Columbia.

Air Transat Class Action

Proposed class action against Air Transat with respect to the misrepresentation of direct flight segments and the consequent overcharge to customers.

Physiomesh Class Action

Proposed class action concerning the Ethicon Physiomesh Composite Mesh Device, which was recalled by Health Canada due to its dangerous design defects.

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