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Cindy Phillips, Associate

Cindy Phillips

Associate Fasken
Jurisdiction British Columbia, 2019
Language(s) English
Office(s) Vancouver


Cindy is an associate in the Litigation and Dispute Resolution group in Vancouver. She focuses on commercial disputes and has appeared before the Supreme Court of British Columbia. Cindy is a graduate of the Peter A. Allard School of Law at the University of British Columbia, and holds a Bachelor of Arts (Hons.) in philosophy from the University of British Columbia.

During her time at Allard, Cindy received various awards including the Richard R. Sugden, Q.C. prize in trial advocacy and the Ruth Pinkus award for involvement in the field of civil rights. She also participated in the bilingual Laskin Moot, a national competitive moot that focuses on issues in administrative and constitutional law. Additionally, while involved in the International Justice and Human Rights Clinic, Cindy assisted in developing a manual on international criminal law that was presented at the International Criminal Court at the Hague in February 2018.

In her spare time, Cindy can be found exploring new restaurants or hiking one of BC's many beautiful trails.

Client Work

  • Imperial Metals Corporation v. Factory Mutual Insurance Company, 2022 BCSC 73,
  • Teradici Corporation in its acquisition by HP Inc.,
  • Eastern Platinum Limited and its subsidiaries commenced an action against its former officers and directors,
  • Coffey v. Sabbaghan, 2020 BCCA 335,
  • Significant Fisheries Act Prosecution arising from a large expansion project at the Port of Prince Rupert,
  • R. v. Prince Rupert Port Authority et al,
  • Goddard v. Bayside Property Services Ltd., 2019 BCCA 148,

Career & Education


  • JD University of British Columbia
  • BA (Honours), Philosophy University of British Columbia


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