Elizabeth practises regulatory and administrative law, with a particular focus on transportation, energy, and agribusiness matters. She represents clients in litigation and arbitration, regulatory hearings, and judicial reviews of administrative decisions.
Elizabeth has extensive experience representing clients in the fields of transportation and logistics, especially rail carriers. Her rail regulatory practice includes advancing and defending applications to the Canadian Transportation Agency seeking approval of road and utility crossings and new railway construction.
Her litigation experience is primarily focused on intellectual property disputes, including disputes before the Federal Court of Canada and trade-mark oppositions and expungement applications before the Trademarks Opposition Board.
Elizabeth has appeared before the Federal Court, Federal Court of Appeal, provincial and superior courts of British Columbia and Alberta, and Canadian Transportation Agency.
Elizabeth is a lecturer on transportation law issues at the University of Calgary, Faculty of Law.