Brandon Wiebe
Lawyer

I take pride in hard work, attention to detail and providing timely, practical, matter of fact advice.

I have been practising exclusively in labour and employment law since my call to the bar in 2014. I am experienced with reviewing, drafting and negotiating employment agreements; negotiating settlements; and, when necessary, conducting litigation to ensure my clients’ rights are respected.

I have appeared before all levels of court in BC, the Federal Court and provincial and federal labour arbitration panels. I am experienced with the Employment Standards Tribunal, Human Rights Tribunal, Labour Relations Board, WorkSafeBC and the Workers’ Compensation Appeal Tribunal.

I take pride in hard work, attention to detail and providing timely, practical, matter of fact advice.

I began my law career in the labour and employment group of an international law firm. In 2017, I left the corporate world to work in-house conducting labour arbitrations on behalf of healthcare organizations in BC and joined HHBG in 2018. Prior to law, I completed an apprenticeship in welding, assisted in managing a mid-size oilfield manufacturing company in Alberta and dabbled in farming with my parents.

When not practising law, I like to get outside and enjoy nature: rain, sun or snow! Whether that is mountain-biking on the North Shore, skinning up one of the beautiful Coastal Mountains, back-country camping with my wife and son or heading out for a trail run.

Assistant

Flora Lee - Legal Administrative Assistant
[email protected] or 604.696.0556
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