Matt A. Pruski

Direct Phone: 780.392.3334
Fax: 780.451.8460

As a valued member of the Rackel Belzil LLP team since February 2014, Matthew continues to bring his knowledge and expertise in civil litigation matters, focusing in the areas of commercial and construction litigation. Matthew’s commitment to his family, his clients, and his community not only reflects the high standards set by Rackel Belzil LLP but also the outstanding level of service we offer to all our clients.

After receiving his Bachelor of Science from the University of Alberta in 2000, Matt obtained his Juris Doctor from the University of Saskatchewan in 2004. The following year, he was called to the Alberta Bar, and since then has gained comprehensive experience representing clients before all levels of court in Alberta. He joined Rackel Belzil LLP in February 2014. Matt practices civil litigation, focusing on the areas of commercial and construction litigation. He is accomplished in resolving disputes in a number of areas, including those involving builders’ liens and shareholders. Matt’s knowledge and attention to detail has resulted in a number of important, reported decisions, including:

  • Secure 2013 Group Inc. v. Tiger Calcium Services Inc. 2017 ABCA 316
  • Tiger Calcium Services Inc. v Sazwan 2017 ABCA 172
  • Hopton v. Rae 2017 ABCA 59
  • Southfort Development Corp. v 1491888 Alberta Ltd. 2015 ABQB 457
  • Chalupa Estate v. Chalupa 2014 ABCA 104
  • TRG Developments Corp. v. Kee Installations Ltd. 2015 ABCA 187
  • TRG Developments Corp. v. Kee Installations Ltd. 2014 ABQB 287
  • Kon Construction Ltd. v. Terranova Developments Ltd., 2014 ABQB 256
  • Pino Bros Commercial Inc. v. Silver Gold Bull Inc., 2014 ABQB 227
  • Black Cat Construction Ltd. v. 1266915 Alberta Ltd 2014 ABQB 73
  • Kwan v. Superfly Inc., 2013 ABCA 82
  • Kwan v. Superfly Inc., 2012 ABCA  209
  • Tirecraft Group Inc., Re, 2009 ABQB 217
  • Elkow v. Sana, 2008 ABCA 93
  • Prasad v. Weber, 2007 ABQB 553
  • Prasad v. Weber, 2007 ABQB 447

Matt enjoys participating in his community, and maintains extensive volunteer commitments. He has volunteered for a number of years at the Edmonton Community Legal Centre, providing legal information and advice to the economically disadvantaged. Furthermore, since its inception in 2005, Matt has served as a board member of the registered charity One Child’s Village, an organization that provides support and basic needs to HIV/AIDS orphans.