Alison Gray is a partner in Gowling WLG's Calgary office. She maintains a diverse commercial litigation practice including civil fraud and asset recovery claims, bank-related litigation, energy-related disputes, and class actions. She regularly acts for clients prosecuting or defending civil fraud claims and has experience managing all aspects of investigative and enforcement actions including obtaining extraordinary remedies, conducting fraud investigations, and working with corporate security personnel. As to financial institutions, Alison has experience dealing with issues relating to bills of exchange, customer agreements, conversion allegations, and fraud-related recovery issues. In her energy practice, she handles disputes about royalties, working interests, industry-standard form operating agreements, leases, accounting procedures, CO&O agreements, farm-out agreements, CAPL issues, pipeline failures, and oil sands projects. She has appeared at all levels of courts in Alberta as well as courts in British Columbia, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, Ontario, Québec and the Federal Court. Alison is a sessional instructor at the University of Calgary Faculty of Law, where she teaches Insurance Law and Constitutional Law, and is a volunteer instructor for the Trial Advocacy Skills course.