Robert Martz



Federalism in the patch: Canada’s energy industry and constitutional division of powers
Alberta Law Review, Volume 58, Issue 2
By Brendan Downey, Robert Martz and Paul G. Chiswell


MDS v Factory Mutual case suggests courts might allow claims for COVID-19 business-interruption coverage under property insurance policies
Litigation Bulletin
By Robert Martz and Paul Beke


Force majeure clauses might cover COVID-19 and partially excuse contractual duties
Litigation Bulletin
By Robert Martz, Andrew Sunter and Paul Beke


Supreme Court of Canada rules that Nevsun Resources might owe damages for alleged forced labour, opening the door to civil liability for breaches of international law
Litigation Bulletin
By Robert Martz and Paul Beke


Supreme Court of Canada takes thirty minutes to unanimously reject British Columbia’s proposed regulation of Alberta heavy oil through the Trans Mountain Pipeline
Litigation Bulletin
By Paul Chiswell, Robert Martz and Brendan Downey


Federal Court of Appeal grants leave in TMX appeal application: roadblock or roadmap?
Energy Bulletin
by Robert Martz and Brendan Downey


A view from Alberta on the Supreme Court’s Decision to allow a National Securities Regulator
Securities Bulletin - January 2019
by Robert Martz and Braeden Pivnick (Student-at-Law)


Supreme Court of Canada finds no duty to consult with First Nations in the development of new legislation
BD&P General & Commercial Litigation Bulletin - October 2018
by Evan Dixon, Robert Martz and Brendan Downey


A Summary of Canadian Natural Resources Limited v. Wood Group Mustang (Canada) Inc., 2018
OnPoint Legal Research
by Jeffrey Sharpe, Andrew Sunter and Robert Martz


Rule against overcompensation in Pierringer settlements should be applied generously in favour of plaintiffs
BD&P Litigation Bulletin - September 2018
Paul Beke, Andrew Sunter and Robert Martz


Federal Court Quashes Approval of Trans Mountain Pipeline Expansion
BD&P Client Bulletin - August 2018
Evan Dixon, Robert Martz and Seamus White, Student-at-Law


No Free Beer – R. v. Comeau and its Effects on Inter-Provincial Trade
BD&P Litigation Bulletin - April 2018
Robert Martz and Paul Chiswell


The Oil and Gas ROFR: Understanding Current ROFR Issues from the Point of View of the Transactional Lawyer, the Litigator and In-House Counsel
2017 Alberta Law Review, Volume 55, Issue 2
Don MacDairmid, Sean Korney, Melanie Teetaert, Julie Taylor, Robert Martz and Randon Slaney


Anti-Corruption Enforcement Expands
BD&P Securities Newsletter - June 2014
Robert Martz