Daniel Tapp

Attorney in Regina, SK
Teaching Assistant, Department of Law, Carleton University, Ottawa, Ontario for Patrick Fitzgerald, Professor of Law, 1976-1981. Lecturer: Business Law, Faculty of Administration University of Regina, received consistently excellent teacher evaluations, 1982-1993; Law, Public Legal Education Association, 1982-1994; Certificate Program administration University of Regina, 1983; Le-Perit Monde French Preschool Association: "Non-Profit Corporations Act", 1991; Canadian Bar Association Mid-Winter Meeting: "New Medical Technologies and the Practice of Law in the 1990's, 1992; Faculty of Kinesiology, University of Regina. Acted as principal for six law students, all of whom are successful practicing lawyers, 1980-2000. Articles Written: Wills, Estate and Trusts for dependent adults, 1991; New Medical Technologies and the Practice of Law in the 90s, Canadian Bar Association, 1992; Hundreds of Legal briefs and Factums, 1982—. Continuing Legal Education Courses Attended: Canadian Bar Association mid-winter meeting, 1982-1984; Anatomy of a personal injury action law society of Saskatchewan, 1985; Commercial Real Estate - trust conditions law society of Saskatchewan, 1986; Mediation Training Course - law society of Saskatchewan shareholders agreements - law society of Saskatchewan assessment of damages Saskatchewan trial lawyers association, 1987; Pre-Trial Management of personal injury actions, 1988; Saskatchewan trial lawyers association - fall conference; Canadian Bar Association mid-winter meeting medical reports - anatomy Saskatchewan trial lawyers association, 1989; Canadian Bar Association mid-winter meeting advocacy - Honolulu, Hawaii, 1990; Family Law changes, 1991; Canadian Bar Association mid-winter meeting Loss Prevention Seminar, 1992; Insurance Law in the 90s - Law Society of Saskatchewan, 1993; Regular Attendance at continuing legal education seminars including Loss Prevention Seminars, 1999, Family Law Forms, 2000; Canadian Bar Association Provincial Council Meetings, Law Society Annual Meeting, 2004, Disclosure of Documents, 2003; Trial Lawyers Association 2003-2007. Also organized seminars by leading engineers, physicians. Seminar presentation dealt with DNA typing, genotyping, accident reconstruction and chronic pain syndrome, 1993—. Activist and financial Supporter, Conservative Party of Canada and Saskatchewan Party. Saskatchewan Organized seminars by physicians, psychologists, lawyers, physiotherapist, nurse and radiological technician, 2003-2004. Guest Speaker, Leboldus High School Graduation, 1982—. Mentor to Law Students, CBA Mentor Program, 2006. Forward Volunteer, CBA Speakers Bureau, 2007. Past Director: Better Business Bureau. Past Director and Active Member, Regina Food for Learning, a non-profit corporation which feeds thousands of hungry school children in Regina. Chief Fundraiser for Food of Learning in 1992. Past Member: Cosmopolitan Club of Regina; Rotary Club; Kinsmen; North Rotary Club of Regina. Children's Soccer Coach. Assistant Baseball Coach. Assistant Boy Club Leader. Involved in politics for many years, presently a supporter and volunteer for Saskatchewan Party and Conservative Party of Canada. Actively involved in politics as a volunteer and donor to the Conservative Party of Canada. Sole Adult Supervisor for grade seven excursions to Waskesieu Lake in Summer 2000 for St. Pius School and Hawryluk School, 2002.
306-721-7000
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Areas of Law

  • Business Law
  • Construction Law
  • Contracts
  • Corporate Law
  • Domestic Violence
  • Debtor and Creditor
  • Elder Law
  • Family Law
  • Child Custody
  • Child Support
  • Divorce
  • Personal Injury
  • Motor Vehicle Accidents
  • Slip and Fall
  • Wills
  • Estates and Trusts
  • Estate Litigation
  • Medical Malpractice

 

Peer Rating

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Overall Peer Rating

2.9 out of 5.0
  • Meets very high criteria of general ethical standards
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Experience & Credentials

Position

Principal

Admission Details

Admitted in 1982, Saskatchewan

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  • Free Initial Consultation
  • Law School Attended

    University of Ottawa
    Class of 1981
    LL.B.

    University Attended

    Carleton University
    Class of 1978
    B.A.

    Birth Information

    Born in 1956
    Claresholm, Alberta, January 6, 1956

    Languages

    English

    Associations & Memberships

    Regina and Canadian (Member: Family Law; Civil Litigation; Criminal and Health Law Sections; Chair, Health Law South, 2004-2005; Council, Volunteered for SLESI Committee; No Fault Insurance Committ... More

    Representative Cases

    Hundreds of Reported Cases on QL and Can LII, including: Tapp v. Anthony, 2007 SKQB 165 (CanLII) - 2007-05-09 Saskatchewan - Court of Queen's Bench for Saskatchewan person charged with the bill - assessment - interest of justice - abridged - times set out in subclause; Croft v. Tapp, 2002 SKQB 350 (CanLII) - 2002-09-04 Saskatchewan - Court of Queen... More

    Contact Information

    Phone

    306-721-7000


    Office Information
    Daniel Tapp
    Principal
     2152 Scarth Street,
    Regina, SK S4P 2H6
    Canada
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