• Assisted property owners and construction contractors with construction delay, acceleration, design and deficiency claims. 
  • Counsel in numerous proceedings involving the design and construction of bulk commodity ship loading or storage and handling facilities, including silos, ship loaders, stacker-reclaimers, conveyors, rail car dumpers, and related equipment. 
  • Counsel in a lengthy trial and related appeals over the design and supply of coated steel pipes to the Greater Vancouver Regional District involving international experts on steel pipe coatings and cathodic protection of subsurface infrastructure.
  • Counsel to a major Alberta construction contractor in respect of the interpretation of dispute resolution and arbitration provisions in a design-build contract involving multiple Queen’s Bench and Court of Appeal proceedings, and a leave application to the Supreme Court of Canada. 
  • Counsel to property owners related to agreements of purchase and sale, property development claims, leasing disputes, including common area costs and tax disputes, tenant evictions, rent collections, and realtor negligence.
  • Counsel to a Yukon power supplier in respect of claims and counterclaims related to the design and construction of power transmission lines.
  • Acted in numerous cases for suppliers or owners in respect of the design or construction of industrial pressure vessels and boilers, pulp dryers, steel culverts, and hydro generation turbines and plants.
  • Represented a variety of mining clients in matters related to mine safety, construction and operation, the purchase or sale of mine equipment, and the conflict between municipal regulation and mineral and mining rights.   
  • Counsel on a forensic accounting case challenging the allocation of expenses between companies, requiring 50 days of examination for discovery, and a 34 day trial, to prove inflated and unauthorized expenses.
  • Co-counsel in an actuarial negligence action in respect of a pension plan in Regina, Saskatchewan, spanning over five years of litigation, 128 days of examination for discovery, in excess of 100,000 documents, 20 years of history and evidence, and a claim in excess of $40 million.