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Max Gennis

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Phone: (416) 368-8280 Ext: 250
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141 Adelaide St W
Toronto, Ontario, Canada M5H 3L5

Max Gennis joined Glaholt LLP as an associate following his call to the Ontario Bar in 2015. Prior to joining Glaholt LLP, Max worked as a summer student at a law firm in Morrisburg, and he completed his articles at a large full-service law firm in Ottawa.

Max graduated with distinction from McGill University in 2011, where he earned a Bachelor of Arts degree with a major in political science and a minor in history. He obtained his J.D. from Osgoode Hall Law School in 2014. Throughout his legal education, Max was actively involved with the Osgoode Mooting Society, where he participated in the 2012 Cassels Brock Cup, as well as the 2013 Davies Corporate/Securities Law Moot. He also volunteered with the Community and Legal Aid Services Programme, as well as the Innocence Project. In addition, he served as Co-President of the Osgoode International Law Society.

Max has extensive experience representing both plaintiffs and defendants in large and complex lien, contract, breach of trust, and delay claims. Max has represented owners, contractors, subcontractors, and bonding companies. Max has also served as a guest lecturer for the Osgoode Hall LLM course in construction law, and has had numerous articles included in construction law publications.

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J.D., Osgoode Hall Law School, 2014

B.A., McGill University, 2011

Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice Called to the Ontario Bar, 2015
Professional & Bar Association Memberships

OBA Civil Litigation Section

OBA Construction & Infrastructure Section

The Advocates' Society

Selected Publications

Engineer or Project Manager? Assessing One Party’s Role and Responsibilities” (2017) 33:5 Construction Law Letter

Tendering: The Proper Use of Alternative Price Credits in Evaluating Bids” (2016) 32:5 Construction Law Letter

“Notice of a Labour and Material Payment Bond: Who Takes the Initiative?” (2015) 32:2 Construction Law Letter