Here at Guardian, we aren’t only at the top of our field in law, but in sports as well. We are honored to announce that our very own Clint Docken, Q.C., has just won dual gold medals in the 65+ category for cycling (recreation men) at the Canada 55+ Games.
From the Canada 55+ Games’ website: “The Canada 55+ Games is a nation-wide program that promotes spiritual, mental and physical well-being among Canadians 55 years of age and older. More than 10,000 Canadian seniors actively participate in local events leading up to the national games which are held every second year.”
Clint leads Guardian’s Class Actions departments, bringing more than 40 years of legal experience to the already highly-talented team which includes 3 other Q.C.s, a former Solicitor General, an amazing legal team with over 250 years combined experience, plus the best support team in town.
Often called one of the top Class Action litigators in Canada, Clint has provided precedent-setting cases at almost every level of courts in Canada, from the Alberta Queen’s Bench all the way up to the Supreme Court of Canada.
In addition to his involvement in Class Action and Mass Tort cases, Clint also regularly provides arbitration and mediation services across Canada, so you know he recognizes the need to be civil.
Clint has handled many of the earliest and largest mass tort actions in Canadian history, with cases involving both major corporations and the Canadian government. Some of the cases on which he has acted as counsel include the Provincial Training School (Sterilization) and Indian Residential School cases, Hepatitis C (tainted blood) and the Bre-X litigation, Menu Foods, Maple Leaf Foods, the Child Welfare Class Action, and the CPR (Ogden) land contamination class action.