TINGLEMERRET’S LITIGATION GROUP IS GROWING
Our litigation team – Ngozi Aghanya, Heather Richardson Nicol, Brett Code and Amy Cooper.
Already, 2020 has been a great year for TingleMerret’s litigation group. And under Brett Code’s leadership, the team continues to experience significant growth and success.
In fact, the TingleMerrett litigation group has recently acquired new talent to meet the ever-growing demand. The litigation group has welcomed Heather Richardson Nicol and Ngozi Aghanya, and now, the larger team is open to representing new clients who are interested in working alongside some of Calgary’s top litigators.
BRETT CODE CONTINUES TO LEAD AN EXPERIENCED TEAM THAT GETS RESULTS
TingleMerrett’s litigation group has seen success after success for years now, thanks to Brett Code’s continued leadership.
Brett has been an integral part of TingleMerrett’s litigation group since 2014. As partner, senior counsel and head of the litigation group, Brett leads the litigation team and provides the firm’s clients with insightful corporate, commercial and dispute resolution advice.
Today, this litigation group is highly sought-after by various professionals looking for representation. But its ongoing success in securing the trust of new clients is a team effort.
Amy Cooper, TingleMerrett partner, is another key player in the litigation group known for providing expert, precise and efficient representation to her clients.
Brett and Amy have a wealth of experience, and meet their clients’ needs time and time again. As such, the group’s day-to-day workings are better than ever.
WELCOME, HEATHER AND NGOZI!
This effective counsel from Brett and Amy is the reason so many clients choose this team to represent them. Because the firm has experienced so much recognition for its quality work, the litigation group has had to expand.
Heather Richardson Nicol is a civil and commercial litigator who works to resolve her clients’ disputes in cost-efficient and effective ways. Heather’s impressive experience includes representing a large natural gas company in a $35 million dispute and representing a First Nation in a dispute with the Government of Canada.
Ngozi Aghanya is a student-at-law. She was called to the Nigerian Bar in 2003, and in the years following, gained a range of experience working in corporate and commercial law for one of Nigeria’s top law firms.
PROUD TO REPRESENT YOU
With the additional expertise of Heather and Ngozi, this highly respected litigation group is able to offer excellent representation to even more clients.
Just like always, the litigation group will ensure services are precise, insightful and effective for its clients, providing the top-tier representation it’s known for.