Alexandra C. Bochinski's practice is focused on civil and commercial litigation for a number of clients including construction and oil and gas companies. She also practises environmental law, regulatory and administrative law, as well as pensions and benefits.

Alexandra practises environmental law and her experience includes cases of alleged contamination in the civil context and includes advising clients regarding environmental liability and defending environmental prosecutions under federal and provincial legislation, including two prominent prosecutions under the Fisheries Act. She has also successfully acted for entities charged with regulatory offences under the Safety Codes Act and Cemetaries Act. She also provides environmental litigation support to delegated administrative tribunal and has extensive experience in tribunal hearings.

Alexandra is a member of the firm's civil litigation department. She has extensive experience in a wide variety of complex commercial disputes and has appeared at all levels of courts in Alberta on a diverse number of issues. Alexandra has experience in environmental law, administrative law, builders’ liens issues, contractual disputes, employment law and pension law issues. She has dealt with a number of complex disputes including:

  • appearing before the Court of Appeal for a sister company of a large retailer of furniture, appliances, and electronic equipment, and successfully overturning the trial decision that taking fees for extended warranties made the company liable for insurance tax;
  • appearing before the Court of Appeal for a large construction company to successfully overturn a chambers decision that concluded that the construction company was not a party to a mandatory arbitration agreement in a large dispute over the construction of a warehouse floor; and
  • successfully defending and negotiating a very favourable resolution for a client against allegations of breaches of non-competition and non-solicitation clauses brought against them by a large international corporation.