As a partner in Fogler, Rubinoff's construction law group, Ken practises solely in the area of construction law with an emphasis on claims and dispute management.
Certified as a Specialist in Construction Law by the Law Society of Upper Canada since 2002, Ken has provided legal counsel to owners, architects, engineers, contractors, subcontractors, material suppliers and surety bonding companies for over 25 years.
Working together with other members of the firm, Ken provides clients with services that include: assistance with bidding, tendering and the RFP/RFQ process, contract review and negotiation, construction liens, claims for negligence, extended duration, delay and claims management including early detection and timely resolution of disputes through mediation, arbitration and litigation.
Ken regularly chairs and participates in Law Society of Upper Canada Continuing Legal Education programs and speaks to industry groups including the Canadian Institute, EPIC, Infones and numerous Ontario Bar Association (OBA) programs on construction. He is past chair of the OBA's Construction Law section and is a sessional lecturer for the University of Toronto's Engineering Master's Program on construction law and contract administration.