Recognized in:Construction Law
Law School:Oxford University
Location:100 King Street West1 First Canadian PlaceSuite 6200, P.O. Box 50Toronto, ON M5X 1B8
- Oxford University, B.C.L., graduated 1994
- Dalhousie University, LL.B, graduated 1994
- Oxford University, BA (Jur), graduated 1993
- Ontario, The Law Society of Upper Canada
- Law Society of Upper Canada - Member
- Metropolitan Toronto Lawyers’ Association - Member
- Ontario Bar Association - Construction Law Executive - Past Chair
Recognized in The Best Lawyers in Canada for work in:
- Construction Law
- Canadian Who’s Who
- Lexpert Special Edition: Canada’s Leading Infrastructure Lawyers
- The Canadian Legal Lexpert Directory : Construction Law
- City of Toronto - advising on Construction Lien and Procurement matters relating to the $500 million Union Station Revitalization Project.
- Atomic Energy of Canada Limited – advising and representing AECL in a number of matters, including advising on the Ontario nuclear reactor Newbuild procurement, and representing AECL in a number of disputes including an arbitration and a tendering dispute relating to the refurbishment of a number of nuclear reactors.
- Toronto Transit Commission in successfully prosecuting a claim in a tendering dispute relating to the public bidding process for TTC contracts, which included an appeal to the Ontario Court of Appeal and a leave application to the Supreme Court of Canada.
- An Ontario Healthcare Centre – representing the Hospital in prosecuting a claim relating to deficiencies in the construction of a new wing.
- An Ontario Healthcare Centre - representing the Hospital in a number of disputes relating to construction at the Hospital, including risk management relating to the timely completion of new Hospital facilities.
- City of Kingston/Utilities Kingston – representing and advising the City regarding a number of construction matters, including the construction of a new City arena, a wastewater treatment plant, a pumping station and a water tower.
- Bank of America – representing the Bank in a dispute relating to priorities between construction lien claimants and mortgagees.
- Zurich Indemnity Company of Canada - in successfully defending, at trial and before the Ontario Court of Appeal, a precedent-setting claim under a Performance Bond relating to the construction of a high-rise condominium development in Whitby, Ontario.
- Philip Services/PSC Industrial Services Canada Inc. - in successfully defending, at trial and before the Ontario Court of Appeal, against ten lien and trust claims, which were struck out on the issue of lienability.
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