Tom Wagner
Associate | Calgary
Calgary: 403-260-9734

Tom practises in the area of corporate/commercial litigation, arbitration and dispute resolution. He has experience in a variety of areas, including construction, real estate and commercial leasing, contractual disputes, securities litigation, tax litigation and other civil litigation and arbitration matters.

Tom has represented clients before the Provincial Court of Alberta, the Court of Queen’s Bench of Alberta, the Supreme Court of Yukon, and ad hoc arbitration panels operating under UNCITRAL and BCIAC Rules.

Tom is an active participant in pro bono initiatives. He co-organizes the Firm's participation in and regularly attends Pro Bono Law Alberta's Queen's Bench Amicus and Civil Claims Duty Counsel Programs, which provide procedural and substantive advice to self-represented litigants.

He also attends Trans Youth ID Clinics organized by Skipping Stone, which assist trans and gender diverse folks with name and gender marker changes on their government issued ID.


Some of the representative matters in which Tom has been involved include:

  • Enforcing and collecting on unpaid invoices, including in the builders' lien and Public Works Act contexts

  • Addressing rental arrears and other lease defaults for both landlords and tenants

  • Assisting in a major tax case pending before the Tax Court of Canada and arising out of transactions in oilsands assets

  • Assisting in an approximately C$500-million construction dispute pending before the Court of Queen's Bench and relating to a pipeline failure in Alberta

  • Assisting in a multimillion-dollar dispute dealing with the CAODC form of Master Daywork contract, which was successfully resolved

  • Assisting in the representation of a global EPC contractor on a C$70-million multi-party arbitration surrounding the construction of a sour gas facility

  • Acting for a Crown corporation in a C$270-million arbitrated dispute relating to delays, change orders and breach of contract during the construction of a power transmission project

  • Assisting in the representation of insurers in a C$540-million coverage dispute for business interruption and repair costs involving the refurbishment of a nuclear power facility

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