Wayne chooses to restrict his practice to the matters of vital interest to small business owners including:
Wayne was born and raised in Edmonton. He attended the University of Alberta and obtained a bachelor degree in history/political science in 1980. In 1983 he graduated from the University of Alberta law school with a bachelor degree in law. In 1983 Wayne moved to Calgary to begin his legal career. He was called to the Alberta Bar in 1984.
For 27 years Wayne ran a successful business law practice in Calgary. In 2012, he was called to the British Columbia Bar and started providing legal services to small business owners in the Comox Valley.
Wayne has been educating small business owners and entrepreneurs on legal topics relevant to their business for many years. In Alberta he taught classes for the Calgary Board of Education and Mount Royal University. After moving to British Columbia, Wayne led classes in business start-ups for Community Futures in Courtenay.
Wayne is proud to have donated his time to various non-profit organizations, including the Board of Directors of the Sid Williams Theatre Society, the Union Bay Historical Society and numerous other non-profit societies who provide cultural, health, safety and business support to the community.
Shannon was called to the British Columbia Bar in 2009 and is a current member of the Canadian Bar Association. Shannon focuses her practice on meeting the needs of small business owners by working diligently to provide legal services that are not only essential for new businesses, but also integral to their ongoing business needs including: