Aviation & Aerospace
With over 20 years of experience, Alexis Moulton is a talented negotiator and litigator. She practises in the areas of insurance, commercial litigation, construction, energy, medical malpractice and professional liability and has appeared before all levels of court in Alberta and the Northwest Territories.
With over 20 years of experience, Alexis Moulton is a talented negotiator and litigator. She practises in the areas of insurance, commercial litigation, construction, energy, medical malpractice and professional liability and has appeared before all levels of court in Alberta and the Northwest Territories. She has also appeared before various boards and administrative tribunals and has served as counsel for interested parties in public fatality inquiries. In addition, she is a proud member of the Canadian Defence Lawyers and the Canadian Insurance Claims Managers Association.
Moreover, Alexis’ experience includes representing former executives, company employees and boards of directors, in actions alleging fraud, negligence, breach of contract, management allegations, fidelity claims and misappropriation of funds, as well as assisting with corollary proceedings with respect to professional disciplinary committees. She also represents her clients in various disputes and litigation issues and regularly provides coverage opinions on a variety of policies, including those in the D&O, construction and energy sectors.
Alexis has participated in hundreds of mediations, judicial dispute resolutions and arbitrations and has acted as counsel for King’s Bench trials and numerous court applications. Always prioritizing her clients’ needs and striving to understand their business and their desired outcome, she is a dedicated and dynamic litigator. Furthermore, she knows how to respond in a timely and efficient manner, while assessing business needs, technical details and nuanced situations.
As the scope of the insurance industry is constantly growing, Alexis makes sure she is updated on the most recent changes and developments in her practice area. She stays informed about changes and precedents that affect the insurance files that she is working on, including changes in legislation and case law.
Alberta Bar (2001)
Northwest Territories Bar (2004)
LL.B., University of Alberta (2000)
B.Ed. in Secondary Education, University of Alberta (1997)
Northwest Territories Bar
Member, Canadian Defense Lawyers
CDL/CICMA Arbitration Roster
Volunteer Instructor, Calgary Canadian Centre for Professional Legal Education - Oral Advocacy, Civil Procedure and Chambers Applications
Board Member, Women in Insurance Cancer Crusade Alberta (2017–present)
Former Council Member, Former Member of the Membership Committee and the National Insurance Section, Canadian Bar Association (CBA)
Participant, The Tomorrow Project
Organizing Committee Member, Inns of Court
Former Co-chair, Alberta Law Conference, Calgary
Former Co-chair, Alberta Law Conference, Edmonton
Former Co-chair, Alberta Law Day Committee
Former Board Member, Alberta 4-H Foundation
Aviation & Aerospace
Energy & Natural Resources