Professional Background

Claire Immega is an Associate at Singleton Reynolds with a broad civil litigation practice.  She is a member of our Commercial Litigation, Construction, Insurance, Commercial Property and Professional Liability Groups.

Claire’s clients include commercial and residential landlords and property managers, real estate owners and developers, corporate stakeholders, and a wide variety of regulated professionals.

Claire’s areas of expertise include:

  • complex corporate and commercial disputes, including shareholder disputes and directors and officer’s liability;
  • leasing and development, including managing commercial, residential, and long-term leasing disputes and advising landlords and developers on tenant relocation and development planning;
  • legislative and compliance advising for large-scale property owners;
  • real estate litigation, including real estate fraud and contract disputes;
  • regulatory matters and professional discipline, including matters involving the BC Securities Commission, health Colleges, APEGBC, and other regulatory bodies; and
  • matters of international and internet evidence in complex litigation matters.

Claire specialises in assisting clients in avoiding and resolving disputes quickly and cost-effectively, although she enjoys the courtroom and can be an aggressive litigator when her clients require forceful representation.

She has appeared before a number of administrative tribunals, all levels of court in British Columbia, and has assisted in matters before the Supreme Court of Canada.

Claire takes pride in taking her client’s concerns to heart, giving realistic advice, and moving files forward assertively and with civility.



  • Bachelor of Arts (Honours), University of Toronto: 2006
  • Juris Doctor, University of British Columbia: 2011
  • Called to the British Columbia Bar: 2012


  • Member, Vancouver Bar Association
  • Member, Canadian Bar Association


  • Landowner Transparency Act – More Taxes, Less Privacy,  The Goodman Report
  • Considering Renting Your Home as a Vacation Property? Understand the Risks
  • How To Operate When You Cooperate
  • Witnesses In Vinculis – Insurers And Sworn Affidavits
  • Duties Owed Between Primary Insurers, Excess Insurers, and Insureds