Daniel Shouldice 

Daniel Shouldice

Vancouver
Royal Centre, Suite 1500
1055 West Georgia Street, PO Box 11117
Vancouver, British Columbia V6E 4N7

t: 604.691.6858
e: daniel.shouldice@mcmillan.ca

overview

Daniel is an associate in the firm’s Advocacy & Employment and Financial Services groups in the Vancouver office. His practice encompasses a broad range of civil litigation matters, with a focus on commercial disputes, debt collection, creditors' remedies, foreign judgment enforcement, Mareva injunctions, mortgage enforcement, real estate and construction disputes including builders lien and defect claims. He also has experience assisting debtors, creditors, trustees and court-appointed monitors in insolvency proceedings.

Daniel is an experienced litigator who has appeared at all levels of courts in British Columbia, including as trial counsel in the Supreme Court and Provincial Court. He regularly appears in the Supreme Court Chambers on contested and uncontested matters, including foreclosure hearings, summary trials and procedural matters related to civil claims.

Daniel is a frequent contributor to publications on civil litigation and insolvency matters, including the collections chapter of the Annual Review of Law & Practice.

Representative Matters

  • Acted on behalf of shareholder in oppression proceeding, including setting aside Mareva injunction (2019 BCSC 115).
  • Appeared on successful appeal to set aside $2 million garnishing order against client (2019 BCCA 303).
  • Represented creditors seeking to enforce foreign judgments, including obtaining recognition and enforcement in B.C. of $5 million Arizona judgment.
  • Represented debtors in foreign judgment enforcement proceedings, including appeal to set aside registration of Ontario judgment in B.C.
  • Represented debtors, creditors, trustees and court-appointed monitors in insolvency proceedings.

Publications

No Strata Supermajority Needed to Hire Realtor, B.C. Supreme Court Confirms

Education

  • University of Alberta, LL.B - 2011
  • Carleton University, BA - 2007

Year Of Call

  • Called to the British Columbia bar - 2012

Practices

appellate advocacy
business litigation
construction litigation
cross-border restructuring
financial services
litigation
restructuring and insolvency
security enforcement

Industries

banking, finance and insurance

Directorships and Professional Associations

  • Canadian Bar Association
  • The Advocates’ Society
  • Vancouver Bar Association

Community Involvement

  • Access Pro Bono
  • Bankruptcy Clinic
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Daniel is an associate in the firm’s Advocacy & Employment and Financial Services groups in the Vancouver office. His practice encompasses a broad range of civil litigation matters, with a focus on commercial disputes, debt collection, creditors' remedies, foreign judgment enforcement, Mareva injunctions, mortgage enforcement, real estate and construction disputes including builders lien and defect claims. He also has experience assisting debtors, creditors, trustees and court-appointed monitors in insolvency proceedings.

Daniel is an experienced litigator who has appeared at all levels of courts in British Columbia, including as trial counsel in the Supreme Court and Provincial Court. He regularly appears in the Supreme Court Chambers on contested and uncontested matters, including foreclosure hearings, summary trials and procedural matters related to civil claims.

Daniel is a frequent contributor to publications on civil litigation and insolvency matters, including the collections chapter of the Annual Review of Law & Practice.

  • Acted on behalf of shareholder in oppression proceeding, including setting aside Mareva injunction (2019 BCSC 115).
  • Appeared on successful appeal to set aside $2 million garnishing order against client (2019 BCCA 303).
  • Represented creditors seeking to enforce foreign judgments, including obtaining recognition and enforcement in B.C. of $5 million Arizona judgment.
  • Represented debtors in foreign judgment enforcement proceedings, including appeal to set aside registration of Ontario judgment in B.C.
  • Represented debtors, creditors, trustees and court-appointed monitors in insolvency proceedings.