Brendan Brock of Hakemi & Ridgedale LLP wrote a cautionary article regarding the process of entering into class action settlements before court certification, which was published in the July 2021 Issue of The Advocate.
Brendan Brock represents individual and corporate clients in civil litigation matters with a particular focus on commercial/corporate litigation, estates and trusts litigation, and real estate litigation. He has successfully appeared in all levels of court in British Columbia in contested applications, trials and appeals, and has a particular interest in using creative and strategic litigation plans in complex legal disputes.
He has instructed aspiring paralegals in tort law at a local college and sits on the board of directors of a local non-profit organization. In the past, he has worked in Central America with Lawyers without Borders on high-profile war crimes prosecutions, and he continues to assist Spanish-speaking clients with litigation matters both locally and abroad.
Prior to joining Hakemi & Ridgedale LLP, he articled and practiced civil litigation with an established general practice firm in the lower mainland.
- Thompson Rivers University, Faculty of Law – J.D.
- Concordia University – B.A. (Political Science)
- Canadian Bar Association, BC Branch
- Law Society of British Columbia