Dana practices civil litigation and he aims to build the best legal claim or defence available to his clients. Whether the claim involves insurance, employment, construction, or human rights Dana will take the time to understand your case, build the evidence in support, and find a resolution that works for you (whether by agreement or through litigation). He prides himself on delivering first class advocacy and representation to all his clients.
Dana joined Hutchison Oss-Cech Marlatt in 2011 and has a broad civil litigation practice with an interest in personal injury, labour and employment, construction, and human rights claims. He regularly appears in all levels of the British Columbia court system and has appeared before the British Columbia Human Rights Tribunal, the Workers’ Compensation Appeal Tribunal, the British Columbia Labour Relations Board, and the Employment Standards Branch.
Dana grew up in Airdrie, Alberta, where he learned the value of a strong work ethic and teamwork while playing competitive hockey. He relocated to Victoria upon acceptance to the University of Victoria Faculty of Law and decided to make Victoria his home with his family. Outside of the law, Dana is an avid vegan cook, is an amateur martial artist, and is often on a sunny day exploring the beautiful sights of Vancouver Island.