Ike is a seasoned negotiator and a passionate advocate. He is an experienced trial lawyer, and his practice has included representing clients at the Supreme Court of British Columbia, the Workers’ Compensation Appeal Tribunal, and the WorkSafeBC Review Division.

He completed his law degree at Thompson Rivers University, where he served as President of the Society of Law Students. Ike also has an MBA in strategic management and entrepreneurship from UBC’s Sauder School of Business and a BA in political science from Simon Fraser University.

In his pre-law career, Ike negotiated complex, multi-year contracts and developed relationships with Indigenous organizations throughout British Columbia for a federal government agency. Ike also worked as a business analyst for WorkSafeBC, in the registry at the Immigration and Refugee Board of Canada, and he founded and ran his own event rental business.

Ike is multilingual and can assist clients in both English and Punjabi.

  • A1902449 (Re), 2021 CanLII 10718 (BC WCAT). Ike successfully argued that his client’s significant injuries sustained in a workplace accident arose out of and in the course of his employment, which entitled the client to compensation from WorkSafeBC.
  • Siu v. Clapper, 2020 BCSC 944. Ike was first chair in a case involving the assessment of personal injury damages on behalf of a plaintiff who suffered a mild traumatic brain injury and soft tissue injuries in a motorcycle accident. The court found in the plaintiff’s favour and awarded a total of $199,209.

Memberships & Affiliations

Ike’s professional affiliations include:

  • Member, Law Society of British Columbia, 2019
  • Member, Vancouver Bar Association


  • 2018, JD, Thompson Rivers University
  • 2011, MBA, Sauder School of Business, University of British Columbia
  • 2007, BA, Simon Fraser University