Farris LLP: Vancouver's Law Firm

Timothy Louman-Gardiner


Telephone: 604 661 1729

Facsimile: 604 661 9349

Email: tlouman-gardiner@farris.com


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Tim Louman-Gardiner practices in civil litigation generally, primarily in the areas of corporate and commercial litigation and insolvency and restructuring. He has represented clients before all levels of courts in British Columbia. Tim also has experience in alternative forms of dispute resolution, including assisting clients involved in arbitration and mediation.

Tim’s litigation practice involves a broad range of matters including complex contractual disputes, real estate litigation, estate and committee disputes, banking litigation, shareholder disputes, defamation, valuation and dissent proceedings, and creditors’ remedies (including collections, builder’s liens, and foreclosures). His insolvency practice includes acting for creditors and debtor companies in restructurings pursuant to the Companies’ Creditors Arrangement Act, various parties in receivership proceedings, a liquidator in a proceeding under the Winding-Up and Restructuring Act, creditors and bankrupts in personal bankruptcies, and advising corporate clients in connection with restructurings and insolvency matters.

Tim is currently a member of the Civil Litigation and Insolvency sections of the British Columbia branch of the Canadian Bar Association, and the Turnaround Management Association. He also volunteers his time to pro bono causes, including Pro Bono Going Public and the Civil Chambers Duty Counsel Program. In his spare time, Tim works as a referee for amateur football at the community and university levels.

Tim attended the University of British Columbia (UBC), earning degrees in law and political science, as well as serving as an elected member of UBC’s board of governors and an appointed member of the UBC Alumni Association board of directors.


  • University of British Columbia (LL.B., 2007)
  • University of British Columbia (B.A, 2004)


  • Called to the British Columbia Bar (2008)