About Us

Glenn Einfeld

Glenn has been a lawyer since 1977. He was a founding partner in the North Okanagan’s largest law firm. Since moving to Kelowna in 2000, he has developed a thriving legal practice.

Glenn is a well-experienced trial lawyer who has represented many and varied clients in all levels of the British Columbia Courts as well as appearing as legal counsel before administrative tribunals, arbitrations, and mediations. He is a qualified mediator.

Glenn has represented both sides of a dispute. He has acted both for and against government and insurance agencies. He no longer acts for these agencies. Glenn now restricts his practice to civil litigation and most frequently represents persons injured in motor vehicle and motorcycle accident cases.

His experience includes marine and aircraft disaster, wrongful death and major trauma. Glenn’s courtroom reputation, along with his mediation and negotiation skills, have contributed to a high percentage of successful settlements.Glenn and his wife have toured extensively on their Harley. Glenn often represents injured motorcyclists and shares a passion for motorcycling and empathy for “downed riders”. Glenn is a long-standing member of the Trial Lawyers of British Columbia. He served many years as an elected member on the Provincial Council of the Canadian Bar Association. He has held positions on various Bar Committees including Member Services, The Auto Insurance Committee, and The Advisory Committee to The Judicial Council of B.C. Glenn has acted as a director in numerous community service clubs and currently is an active member and director of Central Okanagan Crime Stoppers.

Casey Trivett

Casey graduated from University of Victoria, Faculty of Law in 2016 and completed her articling year at Einfeld Law. She was called to the bar in September 2017 and is an associate with the firm.

Casey was an active student during her time in law school. She took classes covering diverse areas of the law, participated in the Business Law Clinic and was a member of the Criminal Law Club. She also played on the law school’s baseball team and went to Halifax in 2014 to take part in Law Games. Casey loves to work with people and her experiences in law school helped develop her problem solving and communication skills integral for success as a lawyer. She has been lucky to work alongside Mr. Einfeld who has mentored her from the beginning. She will continue with barrister work throughout her career and is working hard to become to best courtroom lawyer she can be.

Casey was raised in Kelowna and knows that as a fast-growing city, it offers many opportunities for her to build her legal career. She is excited to be back in the Okanagan where she can enjoy the outdoors and beautiful summers. Casey is a member of the Kelowna Bar Association, Canadian Bar Association, and Trial Lawyers Association of BC.


Brad Savoury

Brad was born in Newfoundland and Labrador and spent his youth in the Maritimes. He graduated with his B.Sc. from Saint Mary’s University in Halifax, Nova Scotia before attending the University of New Brunswick where he obtained his Bachelor of Laws. Brad’s legal practice began in St. John’s, NL where he practiced at a small firm specializing in representing individuals with personal injury claims. He has extensive experience dealing with a wide array of injuries including soft tissue injuries, orthopaedic injuries, brain injuries and concussions, spinal injuries, and psychological injuries.

In 2012 Brad and his wife moved to Edmonton, AB where he worked as in-house counsel for the City of Edmonton, where he handled general civil litigation matters, extensive contractual construction disputes, bylaw and policy reform, judicial review hearings, Constitutional and Charter cases. He was the lead counsel in a matter of national interest whereby the City sought to enjoin the technology company “Uber” from operating in the City. He was also lead counsel in a precedent setting case involving a Charter challenge to the City’s advertising policies for their transit buses: American Freedom Defence Initiative v Edmonton (City), 2016 ABQB 555.

Brad was fortunate to meet Glenn Einfeld and his family on a trip to Kelowna when he was still studying law and it always left a lasting impression. In 2017 Brad and his family decided to relocate to the beautiful Okanagan Valley and join Einfeld Law to go back to his passion – representing individuals and uncompromisingly advocating on their behalf against large insurance companies to make sure their rights are protected and the “playing field” is levelled. Brad is extremely personable and compassionate with his clients. He recognizes that legal matters are stressful and oftentimes intimidating which is why he ensures his clients are well-informed and cared for during the process.

As an East Coaster, Brad has music in his bones. He loves many genres of music, but the sound of the fiddle or Ron Hynes can instantly transport him back to his roots. While his playing days are over, he enjoys watching sports and cheering for the Philadelphia Eagles.



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