Ross Ellis

Phone: 604-669-5500 ext. 202
Fax: 604-688-8491
Paralegal: Alicyn Cumming
604-669-5500, ext. 220


Undergraduate Degree: University of British Columbia, B. Comm. – Finance and Accounting

Law Degree: University of British Columbia, L.L.B.
year Called to Bar: British Columbia, 1984

Areas of Practice

  • Real Estate
  • Commercial Litigation
  • Personal Injury

Background Information

Ross has a broad practice scope that includes both commercial work and litigation in several fields.

On the commercial practice side, Ross practices primarily in commercial real estate, leasing, construction and insolvency and reorganization matters. His experience includes commercial real estate purchase and sales and development, commercial leasing, construction contracts and construction disputes, and company law.

On the litigation side of the practice, Ross has extensive experience in corporate commercial litigation, insurance defense and personal injury claims, lease enforcement, and real estate litigation proceedings. Ross’ experience includes business law and company disputes, franchising litigation, PPSA and creditor enforcement proceedings, including builders’ liens. For over twenty five years Ross has actively practiced in the field of Bankruptcy and Insolvency matters and has acted for creditors, debtors, and trustees, monitors and receivers.

Ross participates in the Canadian Bar Association Lawyer Referral Program and he has been a member of the Vancouver Trustee’s Insolvency Discussion Group. He has also been a supporter and member of the Canadian Bar Association. Ross has spoken and written papers on real estate transactions, lease enforcement proceedings and issues, general litigation, franchise law, insurance litigation, PPSA enforcement procedures, corporate and company law, and bankruptcy and insolvency issues.

Ross has been active in the past as a member of the School Planning Council for his children’s school, and has been a regular participant in the school’s Parent Advisory Council proceedings and served as its treasurer.