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Keith Bannon

Managing Partner
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Phone: (416) 368-8280 Ext: 224
Fax: (416) 368-3467

141 Adelaide St W
Toronto, Ontario, Canada M5H 3L5

Keith Bannon is Glaholt LLP's managing partner. He practices exclusively in the area of construction litigation. Keith graduated from the University of Western Ontario with an Honors B.A. in history and political science in 2000 and studied law at the University of Windsor, where he received his LLB in 2004. Thereafter, Keith articled with Glaholt LLP under the supervision of Duncan W. Glaholt and was called to Ontario Bar in 2005.

Keith has represented owners, contractors, and subcontractors in Superior Court proceedings and in recent years has expanded his practice to representing clients in private arbitrations. Keith wrote “Recent Developments in Alternative Dispute Resolution” for the recently published Review of Construction Law.

In addition, Keith has authored published articles on a number of construction law subjects including trust claims, construction contracts, and risk management and has contributed as a lecturer at the Osgoode Hall LLM course on construction law.

Keith Bannon

LL.B., University of Windsor, 2004

Honors B.A., University of Western Ontario, 2000

Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice Called to the Ontario Bar, 2005
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Former newsletter editor and Member-At-Large of the Section Executive of the Ontario Bar Association, Construction Law Section

Former Co-Chair of the Construction Law Practice Group of the Advocates' Society

Selected Publications

K. Bannon, "Prompt Payment and Adjudication Beyond Ontario", 2019 Q3 Lexpert Magazine 11.

K. Bannon et al., "The New Ontario Construction Act - What CBVs Should Know", 2018 Journal of Business Valuation.

K. Bannon and D. Dodgson, "Project Consultants: Experts on Site and Now in the Courtroom", Construction Law Letter, Vol. 31, No. 6, July/August 2015.

K. Bannon, "Recent Developments in Alternative Dispute Resolution", in Glaholt LLP and Borden Ladner Gervais LLP, Review of Construction Law: Recent Developments (Toronto: Carswell, 2012) at pg 305.