Professional Background

Mark Stacey is a Partner and Co-chair of the Commercial Business Litigation practice group.

He offers timely, result oriented advice to clients, helping them to make critical decisions about litigation matters or key transactions relating to their businesses.

Mark’s practice is primarily directed towards advising clients about diverse commercial problems and transactions. He has acted for businesses in a wide range of industries, including transportation, construction and manufacturing, restaurant and food services, professional services and retail sales. He has also acted as counsel in commercial litigation involving construction claims, professional negligence actions, shareholder disputes, leasing disputes, intellectual property disputes, and probate and estate matters.

Mr. Stacey also has experience dealing with corporate governance and finance, purchase and sale transactions, business reorganizations, intellectual property issues, and providing commercial advice.



  • Bachelor of Laws, Osgoode Hall Law School: 1982
  • Called to the British Columbia Bar: 1983

Rankings + Recognitions

  • Martindale-Hubbell® Peer Review Rated

Community + Volunteering

Karate Coach and Instructor, Kingsway Shito-ryu.

Representing clients (construction, property management, transportation, restaurant and food services, and professional and design services) in a wide variety of diverse commercial disputes, including:

  • Debt recovery
  • Construction claims
  • Shareholder and corporate governance disputes
  • Equitable claims for unjust enrichment and breach of fiduciary duty
  • Employment and workplace law matters
  • Real property and leasing litigation
  • Intellectual property claims
  • Probate and estate litigation

Acting for business clients with a focus on the following commercial areas:

  • Corporate governance
  • Purchase and sale transactions
  • Business reorganizations
  • Intellectual property issues
  • All types of commercial transactions which relate to private companies