Dan Carroll, QC is a trial lawyer with nearly 40 years of experience representing individuals and small, mid-sized and Fortune 500 companies in complex civil litigation matters. He has served as lead counsel in a broad range of litigation over the years, including personal injury, subrogated insurance, commercial disputes, Residential School abuse, construction, media and internet defamation, bankruptcy and insolvency, municipal tax appeals and legal malpractice defence. Dan is also frequently called upon by clients and other lawyers to provide in-depth case analysis to ensure an effective strategy is in place before the case proceeds. In addition to his litigation practice, Dan leverages his deep experience resolving disputes in the courtroom to assist litigants engaged in alternative dispute resolution. He regularly mediates complex cases that involve considerable liability exposure and other challenging road blocks that impede informal settlement attempts. Dan has completed mediation courses offered by the Alberta Arbitration and Mediation Society and acted as a volunteer mediator for the Better Business Bureau. He also engages in arbitration for litigants seeking to resolve disputes without the considerable expense and unpredictability involved with jury trials.