Bill Veenstra and David Claassen were co-counsel in a dispute over the existence of a lease and right of first refusal on behalf of a developer. We were successful in obtaining a declaration that the lease had expired and the tenant did not have a right of first refusal. In addition, we obtained damages against the tenant corporation and the principal of the corporation of $2,200,000 for interference with economic relations in International Sausage House Ltd. v. Hammer, 2015 BCSC 1155.