Brad is a co-chair of the firm's infrastructure and public projects practice and heads the commercial real estate practice. Brad has acted for numerous public sector clients in the development of significant infrastructure and other public projects. Projects include rapid transit, a people mover system, sports and entertainment centres, and a mixed use downtown redevelopment.
In addition, Brad has extensive expertise in the purchase, sale, and financing of land, and he has provided advice on environmental issues to owners, purchasers and lenders.
Brad is the co-author of Real Estate Law (4th edition, 1992), and he was a co-author of Condominium: The Law and Administration in Ontario (1st edition, 1981). He has written extensively in the areas of infrastructure and public projects, real estate law, mortgage law, condominium law, and environmental issues in the purchase, sale and mortgaging of real estate.
Brad taught the Real Estate Transactions course at the University of Toronto Law School for 17 years as an adjunct Professor and at Osgoode Hall Law School for 3 years. He has also taught in the part-time Real Estate LL.M. program at Osgoode Hall Law School.
Brad has consistently been named in professional directories as a leading practitioner in Toronto in real estate law, property financing and development.