Randy carries on an extensive practice on utility (electric, gas and water) regulatory proceedings, facility applications, and related matters.
Randy’s regulatory experience has included many appearances before the Alberta Utilities Commission and its predecessors, intervening in utility rate cases on behalf of residential, small business, municipal and other end-use customers. He has negotiated and prepared numerous agreements with utilities on behalf of end-use customers. In addition, Randy has his CFE designation and his commercial fraud litigation experience has included obtaining and executing private search warrants and freezing assets and bank accounts. He has worked with the RCMP, Edmonton Police Service – Economic Crime Unit, the Special Prosecutions branch, and a number of forensic accountants in realization on fraud claims. He has appeared before all levels of the Courts of Alberta, the Supreme Court of Canada, the Real Estate Agents’ Licensing Board, and the Development Appeal Board.
Randy has given seminars on legal topics including commercial fraud, creditor’s rights and remedies, a variety of regulatory issues (electric, water and gas) and most recently on the impact of the provincial carbon levy on municipalities. He is also a former lecturer at the Alberta Bar Admission Course for Creditors Rights and Bankruptcy/Insolvency.
Randy’s hobbies include various sports such as basketball, volleyball and soccer as well as water sports such as paddle boarding, surfing, wakeboarding and fishing. In the winter months Randy enjoys cross country and downhill skiing. When he is not participating in various sports you can find him cycling or riding his motor cycle. Randy also enjoys playing the guitar and ukulele (albeit poorly).
University of Alberta, B.Comm.
University of Alberta, LL.B.
Certified Fraud Examiner