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  • Vancouver

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  • JD, University of British Columbia (2018)
  • BA, Queen’s University (2015)

Bar Admissions

  • British Columbia Bar (2019)

Kenneth Soe is a Vancouver-based civil litigator. He has a broad practice that includes general insurance defence litigation, including motor vehicle accident, occupiers liability and product liability claims, and commercial litigation. He has assisted clients at all levels of court in British Columbia and the BC Human Rights Tribunal. He also works with out-of-Province insurers in addressing coverage issues regarding British Columbia’s “no-fault” legislation for motor vehicle accident claims.

Before joining Eyford Partners, Ken articled and practiced at mid-sized litigation firm defending claims in negligence against health authorities, professionals, educational institutions, and motor vehicle accident claims involving out-of-Province insurers and providing coverage advice to insurers.

He attended the Peter A. Allard School of Law at the University of British Columbia for his Juris Doctor degree, and Queen’s University for a Bachelor of Arts degree. During law school, Ken served as the Executive Director of the Law Students’ Legal Advice Program, where he also represented low-income individuals in various proceedings, and is the current Vice-President of the board of directors of the Greater Vancouver Law Students’ Legal Advice Society.

Kenneth Soe
Notable Cases
  • Notable Cases

  • Associations

  • Notable Cases

    Cheng v. North American Telecommunications Group, 2024 BCHRT 58: Successfully defended an application to dismiss in the BC Human Rights Tribunal on behalf of a Chinese complainant who alleged discrimination in the workplace on the basis of race and place of origin.

    Kaur v Lin, 2024 BCSC 395: Successfully defended an application under the Disbursements and Expert Evidence Regulation, B.C. Reg. 210/220 to exclude expert disbursements from the 6% cap in the regulation. The BC Supreme Court awarded costs payable forthwith in any event of the cause.

    Wiebe v Fraser Health Authority, 2019 BCSC 325: Concerned a successful application for double costs against a plaintiff following a trial involving a claim for medical negligence against various nurses.

    Warlow v Dr. Sadeghi, 2019 BCSC 463: Case concerned a professional negligence claim against an oral-maxillofacial surgeon neuropathic injuries to a plaintiff. Successfully defended oral surgeon and decision upheld on appeal.

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  • Associations
    Vice-President, Greater Vancouver Law Students’ Legal Advice Society