Singleton Reynolds is pleased to announce that Derek Brindle, has been named by the Continuing Legal Education Society of British Columbia (“CLEBC”) as among CLEBC’s most prolific volunteers from 1996 – 2016. CLEBC measured volunteer contributions by counting each time a volunteer chaired or co-chaired a course, presented at a course, authored or updated a book chapter or course paper, reviewed a book as a member of an editorial board, or contributed to CLEBC in other specific ways, between 1996 and 2016. During this period Derek dedicated over 40 hours to further the goals of the CLEBC.

CLEBC works with over 1,000 volunteers every year to support a culture of learning, to encourage innovation, and to give back to the BC Bar. CLEBC volunteers include lawyers, judges, academics, paralegals, legal support staff and other experts in BC, Canada and USA.

Derek’s legal career has been in the areas of complex litigation, arbitration and in alternate dispute resolution involving commercial claims, insurance, and construction and engineering disputes. His practice now is focused on mediating construction disputes.

Congratulations to Derek on this fantastic achievement!

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We have significant expertise and experience with multiple forms of Alternative Dispute Resolution, including arbitration, mediation and adjudication in the construction, infrastructure and insurance industries.
We regularly appear before, and our lawyers act as, arbitrators, mediators, and dispute board members. Our experience in construction-related arbitrations, both domestic and international, is extensive.