Gregory J. Gehlen*

Partner - Retired

* Legal services provided through Gehlen Law Corporation.

I am one of the founding partners of Gehlen Dabbs Cash LLP. I have retired from the partnership as of December, 2022.

I have acted as chair, lecturer, and author for publications, conferences, and courses for professional groups such as:

  • Presenter for the Bankruptcy & Insolvency CLE TV
  • Continuing Legal Education Society of British Columbia
  • Canadian Bar Association BC Branch
  • Pacific Business & Law Institute
  • Credit Institute of Canada
  • British Columbia Medical Association
  • Architectural Institute of British Columbia

Publications include:

  • “Bankruptcy and Insolvency”, Annual Review of Law & Practice (Vancouver: Continuing Legal Education Society, January of each year, 2001 to 2016)
  • “Priorities In Insolvency”, Bankruptcy and Insolvency – 2019 (Vancouver: Continuing Legal Education Society, Ocotober, 2019)
  • “When Trusts Collide: Bankruptcy in Wills and Trusts Practice” (Kelowna: CBA Okanagan Wills and Trusts Section, September, 2015)
  • “Priorities In Bankruptcy”, Priorities – 2013 (Vancouver: Continuing Legal Education Society, November, 2013)
  • “Insolvent Tenants: Are Model Receivership Orders Unfair to Landlords?”, Canadian Property Management (Toronto: MediaEdge Communications Inc., October, 2009)
  • “Beyond Insurance: Strategies for Protection”, Architecture BC (Vancouver: The Architectural Institute of British Columbia, Fall 2004)
  • “Asset-Sheltering Strategies”, BCMA Business and Income Tax Day Conference Papers (Vancouver: British Columbia Medical Association presented by Thorsteinssons, December, 2003)

Our Team

Our lawyers are experienced and pragmatic problem solvers with expertise advising and representing clients in commercial litigation and insolvency matters.

Geoffrey H. Dabbs


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Gregory J. Gehlen

Partner - Retired

Jacob J. Gehlen


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Lee J. Marriner


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