Brian Curial is the principal of Curial Law. With more than 30 years of experience in numerous aspects of law practice, as well as more than a decade in the business world, Brian understands the needs of his corporate clients.
His extensive and varied experience has built him a longstanding reputation among some of the most exclusive corporate, regulatory, administrative and health clients in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. Brian is a trusted advisor of legal advice, risk management, negotiating and drafting agreements and contracts, governance, privacy issues and more.
His administrative law practice focuses on dispute resolution and advocating on behalf of his clients before administrative tribunals, government and the courts.
Brian was a senior member of Miller Thomson’s National Health Industry Practice Group, one of the largest groups of health law advisers in Canada. He has acted as general counsel to half a dozen professional colleges and associations in his legal career and has assisted several professions to obtain professional/regulatory legislation.
Prior to his legal career, Brian worked in the real estate, banking and land development industries. He has published in trade journals and regularly presents seminars and publishes articles on privacy, governance, professional responsibility and health law. Brian has also lectured in the area of professional responsibility at the University of Alberta and also to various regulatory colleges and organizations.
With a wealth of knowledge and experience, Curial Law focuses on assisting clients as a trusted adviser with their strategic initiatives and providing general legal advice. He assists his clients with their contracts, risk management, acquisitions and dispositions, regulatory compliance, privacy and a large variety of corporate/commercial activities that they engage in.
Curial [Latin, Court.] A judicial tribunal or court convened in the sovereign’s palace to dispense justice.