PATRICE BRIDEAU

PATRICE BRIDEAU

Patrice Brideau was born and raised in the small coastal town of Shippagan, New Brunswick. He graduated with a Bachelor of Music from the Université de Moncton in 2002 and graduated with a Bachelor of Laws from the same university in 2005. Before moving to Grande Prairie, he practiced for two years in Fredericton, New Brunswick. After joining our firm as an associate in 2008, Patrice became a partner in 2012.

He is an experienced litigator whose practice is focused in the area of civil litigation with a particular concentration on surface rights and expropriation law, construction law, foreclosure law, employment law and commercial disputes.

Patrice is fully bilingual and has a passion for music and hot sauce.

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They did a tremendous job with our surface rights file.

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Very professional and pleasant.

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Patrice answered all my questions and gave me detail examples that I could understand.

Surface Rights

How Comparable Surface Rights Agreements Help to Determine the Proper Level of Compensation

Before I start to explain how comparable agreements can help to determine the proper level of compensation a landowner is …

Surface Rights

16 Reasons Why a Right-of-Entry Order is Better than a Surface Lease or Easement

Once an agreement on location and compensation is reached with the operator, I advise my clients that a Right-of-Entry Order issued by the Surface Rights Board protects their rights better than signing a Surface Lease or Easement form prepared by the Company.