Brennan Maynard, associate, and Madalina Sontrop, articling student, discuss three recent decisions regarding discoverability of construction deficiencies under provincial limitation acts in Ontario and Alberta.
- Gillham v. Lake of Bays (Township), 2018 ONCA 667.
- Condominium Corporation 0812755 v. IBI Group Inc., 2019 ABQB 75.
- Presley v. Van Dusen, 2019 ONCA 66.
Episode 5: Collaborative Settlement, March 2019
Duncan Glaholt, partner, and Bruce Reynolds, partner at Singleton Urquhart Reynolds Vogel LLP, discuss a groundbreaking collaborative settlement model for alternative dispute resolution, in a discussion moderated by Jay Nathwani, associate.
Episode 4: Jacobs v. Leboeuf Properties Inc., February 2019
Brennan Maynard, associate, and Andrew Salvador, associate, discuss Jacobs v. Leboeuf Properties Inc., 2018 ONSC 4795.
Additional cases cited:
- Greater Toronto Airports Authority Assn. Inc. v. Foster Wheeler Ltd. (2011), 2011 ONSC 1442.
- Active Fire Protection 2000 Ltd. v. B.W.K. Construction Co., 2005 CanLII 24226 (ON CA).
- Madison Developments Ltd. v. Plan Electric Co., 1997 CanLII 1277 (ON CA).
Episode 3: Diversity in Construction: Views from the Industry, February 2019
Andrea Lee, partner, and Kaleigh Du Vernet, articling student, talk about diversity in the construction industry with Faisal Gaya, a project director at Multiplex in Toronto, Kerri Smeaton, a lawyer with Infrastructure Ontario in Toronto, and Magda Warshawski, an architect with Dialog in Edmonton.
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Episode 2: Capelet v. Brookfield Homes (Ontario) Limited, January 2019
Max Gennis, associate, and Katherine Thornton, articling student, discuss Capelet v. Brookfield Homes (Ontario) Limited, 2018 ONCA 742.
Episode 1: Liens Under the Construction Act, January 2019
Brendan Bowles, partner, and Katherine Thornton, articling student, discuss liens under the Construction Act.
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