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Mark Oulton

Mark Oulton

Quickscribe's Expert Annotator – Forestry Law

Mark Oulton is litigation counsel at Nathanson Schachter & Thompson LLP practicing general civil and administrative litigation with a focus on forestry and commercial disputes. Mark was recently recognized as a leading practitioner in forestry law in the 2016 Canadian Legal Lexpert Directory. Mark has appeared as counsel before the B.C. Utilities Commission, the Forest Appeals Commission, all levels of the British Columbia and Federal Courts and the Supreme Court of Canada. Mark has acted as counsel in a variety of commercial matters, including cases involving negligence, breach of fiduciary duty, shareholder and partnership disputes, breach of contract and real estate disputes. He regularly acts on behalf of large and small licensees in forestry related matters, including stumpage appeals, contractor disputes, including proceedings under Timber Harvesting Contract and Subcontract Regulation, compensation claims and arbitrations.
Mark is a regular contributor to the Continuing Legal Education Society of British Columbia, writing and speaking on forestry and practice related matters. Mark has also spoken at conferences for Insight.

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