Heather Michel joined Glaholt LLP as an associate in 2017. Prior to joining the firm, Heather gained experience at both the Toronto office of an international firm and at a mid-sized boutique where she focused her practice on construction and large-scale property loss and subrogation claims.
Heather is accustomed to dealing with contentious and complex matters, and has experience with cases involving liens, trusts, delay claims and professional negligence. She has represented owners, general contractors, architects and engineers before the Ontario Superior Court of Justice. Heather also regularly reviews and advises clients with respect to design professional agreements.
Heather currently serves on the Executive of the Ontario Bar Association, Construction and Infrastructure Section, and is an active member of the Toronto Construction Association.Heather Michel
J.D., University of Ottawa, 2012
B.A. Hons, Carleton University, 2009
Ontario Bar Association, Construction & Infrastructure Section Executive
Canadian Association of Women in Construction
Changes to Ontario’s New Home Warranties Regime, The Ontario Bar Association, November 23, 2018