Taylor’s practice focuses on regulatory, litigation and dispute resolution, with an emphasis on regulatory and administrative law and the energy sector. Taylor regularly advises clients on various matters involving rates, cost of capital, licensing and facility proceedings. She provides strategic advice regarding regulatory issues that affect various energy, electricity and oil and gas sector participants. Taylor has advised clients on matters before the Alberta Utilities Commission, the Ontario Energy Board, the Land and Property Rights Tribunal (formerly the Surface Rights Board) and the Canadian Energy Regulation (formerly the National Energy Board), as well as the Provincial Court of Alberta and the Alberta Court of Queen’s Bench.
Taylor’s transactional experience includes conducting due diligence for buyers, sellers, lenders and investors in connection with permitting and regulatory aspects of corporate matters in the energy sector.
Before joining Torys, Taylor was a Barrister and Solicitor for Alberta Justice where she advised the Department of Energy. She is a also former Civil Claims Duty Counsel volunteer, having assisted self-represented litigants with preliminary legal advice and assessments of actions.
Taylor is a member of the Canadian Bar Association and a former executive for the Alberta North Administrative Law Section.