We live in a country with vast amounts of open space, which in turn leaves large tracts of unregistered lands. Large projects such as hydroelectric dams and sub-stations are often situated on these lands, obtaining rights to use the land short of ownership. Under the provisions of the Builders Lien Act, SBC 1997, ch. 45…
Nathan is an Associate practicing in Civil and Commercial Litigation, with an overall focus on construction matters. He spent the summer of 2016 as an Articling Student with Pihl Law corporation and returned to complete his articles in the Spring of 2017 after completing his JD at Thompson Rivers University in Kamloops.
Before returning to school to study law in 2014, Nathan had been involved in the construction industry since 2003 when he started a flooring installation company in Victoria. Nathan moved his business to the Okanagan in 2006 and expanded his business in 2008 to provide general contractor services.
Since joining Pihl Law Corporation, Nathan has worked on a broad number of matters, assisting with civil, commercial and construction disputes as well as with the negotiation of settlements, and the drafting of contracts and other agreements. With more than 10 years’ experience in business and in the construction industry Nathan brings an important practical perspective to his advice to clients.
Nathan has spoken at legal seminars on builders liens and other construction law matters. He has also written a number of articles about construction contracts and the use of technology by contractors in those contracts. Nathan is a member of the board of directors of the BC Construction Association, as well as the Southern Interior Construction Association, and was an honoree on the Kelowna Chamber of Commerce BDO Top 40 under 40 list in 2020.
When he is not in the office Nathan can often be found at the gym, spending time with his family, or skiing and biking at Big White.