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Aman Bindra and his team assist clients with all real estate, banking, and corporate matters, including the purchase and sale of real estate and businesses, borrowing and lending, land development and construction, and leasing.

Aman regularly advises on and prepares agreements relating to land, asset, and share purchases, financings, construction projects, leasing, incorporations, partnerships, corporate reorganizations, and more.

Aman grew up in Richmond, BC, and received both his undergraduate (Bachelor of Commerce) and law (Juris Doctor) degrees from the University of British Columbia. Prior to joining Kane Shannon Weiler LLP, Aman practiced law in downtown Vancouver with a large international law firm, where he gained extensive experience acting for large companies, funds, and high net worth clients across Canada.

Aman joined KSW Lawyers in April 2022 in its Surrey office.

Aman is also an instructor of real estate and mortgage law at the University of British Columbia Sauder School of Business, and enjoys dedicating time to educate the public and business community. Aman is currently involved with the Banking and Real Estate sections of the Canadian Bar Association, and he is currently a Director of the South Asian Bar Association.

Aman is a former varsity athlete and enjoys playing and coaching numerous sports, including basketball, hockey, swimming, and running.

  • University of British Columbia Peter A. Allard School of Law, Juris Doctor, 2017
  • University of British Columbia Sauder School of Business, Bachelor of Commerce, 2014
  • Canadian Bar Association, Executive for Banking Law Section
  • South Asian Bar Association, Director
  • South Asian Law Students Association, President

  • Oyen Wiggs Green & Mutala LLP Prize in Intellectual Property, UBC, 2017
  • Sangra Moller Entrance Award, UBC, 2014
  • Lambda Alpha International Vancouver Prize in Real Estate, UBC, 2012
  • Douglas P Woodley Scholarship, UBC, 2011
  • Golden Key International Honour Society,2010
  • John Young Memorial Prize in Economics, UBC, 2010
  • P Dermot Murphy Scholarship, UBC, 2010
  • President’s Entry Scholarship, UBC, 2009

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  • British Columbia, 2018

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3.3.2020
Human Rights
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Our client was injured in a helicopter crash at work. The employer then terminated her employment while she was on medical leave and WorkSafeBC benefits. Our client filed a complaint under the Human Rights Code and the employer applied to dismiss the complaint under s. 27(1)(c) of the Code. We resited the application to dismiss and it was denied as the employer was unsuccessful in showing that the complaint had no reasonable prospect of success. Importantly, the tribunal found that “determinations made by WorkSafeBC abour whether an employee can return to a pre-injury job are not based on a human rights analysis of whether an employer has fulfilled its duty to accommodate.”
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1.21.2020
Commercial, Insurance & Criminal
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Chris was co-counsel for the defendant in a case where the plaintiff claimed that the defendant intentionally ran him over with her vehicle. After a six day trial, the Court dismissed the plaintiff’s claims for aggravated and punitive damages and found the plaintiff was in fact 50% responsible for the incident.
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11.19.2019
WorkSafeBC Compensation
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Judicial review – Workers Compensation Board accepted our client’s claim for a back injury sustained on a first day on the job with her new employer. In setting her long-term wage rate, WCB found her to be a ‘temporary’ worker. We argued for our client that her employment was permanent. WCAT dismissed our claim and affirmed the initial WCB decision. We petitioned the BC Supreme Court, and the Court found the WCAT decision was patently unreasonable as it failed to make findings about the words of our client’s oral employment contract. This judicial review presented an interesting intersection of employment law, workers compensation law, and administrative law. Read Chris’ blog post about this case here.
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9.20.2019
Employment Insurance & CPP
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Chris’ client was denied Employment Insurance benefits after the Commission determined that she had left her job voluntarily. We appealed to the Social Security Tribunal and successfully argued that our client was in fact terminated from employment and therefore she was entitled to EI benefits. She received a retroactive payment and ongoing support during her search for new employment.
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