The Alberta Lawyers Indemnity Association (ALIA) does not independently confirm the facts or allegations provided to us. Fraud alerts may include names used by fraudsters in Alberta. Real people with the same names may be the victims of a fraudster or of coincidence, but are not necessarily suspected of wrongdoing.
ALIA does not provide legal advice. ALIAdvisory bulletins, ALIAlerts and the content on ALIA’s website, notices, blogs, correspondence, and any other communications are provided only for the general information of members who participate in the indemnity program and do not constitute legal or other professional advice or an opinion of any kind. This information is not a replacement for specific legal advice and does not create a solicitor-client relationship. If you think you would benefit from legal advice, please contact an Alberta lawyer directly.
Summaries of the group policy are provided for information only and are qualified in their entirety to the actual policy terms and conditions. Members should always review the group policy to determine their coverage or obligations in any circumstance.
ALIA does not independently confirm the facts or allegations of potential frauds received from its members. Links to third-party websites are provided for convenience only; ALIA does not vet or endorse the information contained in linked websites or guarantee its accuracy, timeliness or fitness for a particular purpose.
If you believe that you have been targeted by potentially fraudulent activity, please contact ALIA.
Learn How to Recognize, Avoid and Protect Yourself Against Fraud. For tips to avoid being victimized, read our list of Red Flags.
Other provincial law societies and supporting organizations offer their own fraud alert advisories and information on current frauds, which can act as supplemental resources in protecting you, your clients and your firm.
Contact us to report any suspicious activity in your practice or to find out more information about any of the ALIAlerts listed on our website.