Derrick Dodgson joined Glaholt Bowles LLP as an associate in 2017 after Summering and Articling at the firm. Derrick has been involved in a wide variety of litigation and international arbitration matters and his experience includes conducting legal research, preparing written submissions, coordinating documentary discovery, examining witnesses, and attending court on motions and case conferences. Derrick’s primary focus has been on supporting litigation teams in cases involving large, multi-disciplinary infrastructure projects. Derrick has also contributed to industry publications including the Construction Law Letter.
Derrick obtained his J.D. from the Western University Faculty of Law, where he competed and placed in internal and external advocacy competitions including the Canadian Client Consultation Competition and the Canadian Corporate/ Securities Law Moot. Prior to law school, Derrick studied Civil Engineering, obtaining his B.Sc. (Eng) from Queen’s University.
- Ad hoc arbitration relating to engineering, procurement, and construction management of a nickel hydrometallurgical processing facility
- Extensive multi-party litigation in respect of an $800 million project to renovate and expand a major rail transit hub
- Contractual compliance consulting in respect of a $400 million project to design and construct a new rail corridor signalling system
- Model law challenges to enforcement of an ICC arbitration award
- Lien and trust claims in respect of materials supplied to projects affected by bankruptcy and insolvency
- “Case Comment: Valard v. Bird, 2018 SCC 8” (2018) Glaholt LLP Newsletter, Spring 2018 (Issue 3)
- “Termination: Treat Convenience With Caution” (2017) 33:6 Construction Law Letter
- “Case Comment: Nicholson v Edgecon, 2015 ONSC 1237” (2015) Ontario Bar Association, Construction and Infrastructure Law Section
- “Project Consultants: Experts on Site and now in the Courtroom” (2015) 31:6 Construction Law Letter (co-author)