Annik Forristal 

Annik Forristal

Toronto
Brookfield Place, Suite 4400
181 Bay Street
Toronto, Ontario M5J 2T3

t: 416.865.7292
e: annik.forristal@mcmillan.ca

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Annik practices municipal land use planning and development law, construction law and environmental law. She particularly enjoys opportunities to apply her engineering background in her practice.

Annik is an elected member of the Ontario Bar Association’s Municipal Law Executive and is experienced with the process for obtaining approvals of citywide and site specific official plan amendments, rezonings, severances and minor variances. Annik represents developers, ratepayers and municipalities and has made submissions to committees of council, municipal councils and Committees of Adjustment. She regularly appears before the Local Planning Appeal Tribunal (formerly the Ontario Municipal Board) and Toronto Local Appeal Body, as applicable, in matters ranging from complex site specific rezoning applications to appeals of citywide Official Plan amendments to applications for consent and minor variance. Annik has also represented clients in Provincial Offences Court with respect to Building Code and by-law compliance matters. She is also experienced in drafting and negotiating development related agreements, including section 37 agreements and tie-back and crane swing agreements.

Annik effectively represents numerous players within the construction pyramid providing counsel with respect to industrial, commercial, institutional and residential projects. Her clients include owners, subcontractors and consultants, in matters relating to the preparation of construction contracts, contract negotiations, and complex contract claims and disputes. She is experienced with standard form construction contracts and has drafted and negotiated associated supplementary conditions, including for CCDC, CCA, OAA and ACEC form contracts. Annik has prepared and negotiated numerous engineering services contracts for projects ranging from complex rapid transit works to master service agreements to standard terms and conditions for use on smaller projects. She has also drafted and negotiated many agreements for renewable energy projects, including design-build agreements, master supply agreements and operation and maintenance agreements. Annik is also experienced in claims resolution, providing strategic representation and counsel in settlement discussions, mediation proceedings and arbitration proceedings.

Annik has advised both private and public sector clients with respect to transactional and regulatory environmental matters, including the contractual allocation and management of environmental risk. She is familiar with environmental permitting requirements, including environmental compliance approvals and permits to take water. Annik has also assisted many corporations in determining or carrying out their obligations under stewardship legislation, including for the collection and recycling of paper products, packaging and used tires. Annik has also represented clients in Provincial Offences Court with respect to environmental offences and has appeared before the Environmental Review Tribunal.

Annik joined McMillan as a summer student in 2010 and articled with the firm before her call to the Ontario bar in 2012. She received her Juris Doctor from the University of Calgary where she graduated on the Dean's List in 2011. During law school, Annik was VP Finance of the University's Environmental Law Society and received the award for highest academic achievement in environmental law in 2010.

Prior to law school, Annik received her Bachelor of Applied Science in Chemical Engineering from the University of Waterloo, and practiced as a project and process engineer with various Canadian companies.

Annik is also a member of McMillan Vantage LP

Representative Matters

Construction

  • Acted for The Hospital for Sick Children for the drafting and negotiation of a supply agreement and CCDC 14 design-build contract for the supply and installation of a new CT Scanner.
  • Acted for The Hospital for Sick Children for the drafting and negotiation of an OAA-600 contract for the provision of architectural services for early works for Project Horizon, a significant campus redevelopment project being undertaken by SickKids in cooperation with the Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care over the next decade in the heart of Toronto’s downtown.
  • Acted for Westbank Projects Corp. for the drafting and negotiation of CCDC 5A, CCDC 17 and other associated contracts for each of the following significant mixed use developments: (a) Westbank’s distinctive Mirvish Village development comprised of 5 mixed-use buildings (ranging from 13 to 26 storeys in height) located at 581 Bloor Street West in the City of Toronto; (b) Westbank and Allied Properties REIT’s redevelopment of a heritage office building located at 19 Duncan Street in the City of Toronto’s Entertainment District for a 58-storey mixed-use building comprised of ground floor retail, hotel suites and rental apartments; and (c) Westbank and Allied Properties REIT’s development of a 16-storey mixed-use building designed by renowned architect Bjarke Ingels and located at 489 King Street West in the City of Toronto.
  • Acted for Timbercreek Asset Management Inc. in the drafting and negotiation of development and construction contracts, including development agreements, cost sharing agreements, CCDC 2 contracts and CCDC 5B contracts, for use on various residential development projects across Canada.
  • Acted for Magna International Inc. in the preparation of template construction contracts, including CCDC 5B contracts, for use on their projects in Canada.
  • Provided support and advice to a leading Canadian University in the issuance of its Request for Proposals for construction management services for a new campus building, including drafting of the CCDC 5B contract for inclusion in the RFP and negotiation of such contract with the successful bidder.
  • Acted for a large Canadian Bank in the preparation of template construction contracts, including CCDC 5B contracts, for use on their projects in Canada.

Land Use Planning

  • Assisted Amexon Development and Heritage York Holdings Inc. in obtaining approval for a High Density Mixed Use Residential and Commercial Development on 1200, 1210 & 1200 Sheppard Avenue for a total of 1793 Residential units, 28,189 square feet retail and 136,000 square feet commercial office
  • Assisted Lee Development in obtaining approval for a townhouse apartment development with 451 units
  • Assisted Dunpar Developments Inc. in obtaining a Zoning By-law Amendment for 4390 Mississauga Road for a mid-rise, 65 townhome developments

Construction and Energy

  • Assisted a major authority in successfully resolving construction delay and cost overrun disputes under a P3 agreement involving allegations of changed site conditions, severe weather, protest actions, and increased financing costs in respect of the construction of an underwater tunnel.
  • Acted as counsel to an engineering and management firm providing assistance with the drafting and negotiation of numerous agreements for the provision of professional services, including for large infrastructure projects
  • Drafted and negotiated individual and master agreement forms of engineering, procurement and construction contracts (EPC)
  • Drafted and negotiated individual and master agreement forms of equipment supply agreements
  • Drafted and negotiated Operation and Maintenance agreements for solar projects

Environment

  • Acted as counsel to the Canadian Owners and Pilots Association in opposing the installation of 8 wind turbines in the Collingwood/Stayner Area, resulting in the first decision of the Environmental Review Tribunal where it was found that engaging in a renewable energy project in accordance with its renewable energy approval will cause serious harm to human health.
  • Acted as environmental counsel to purchasers of impacted lands including advising in respect of conducting due diligence investigations, preparing remediation plans, obtaining Records of Site Condition (full-depth generic, background and risk-based), and negotiating agreements for purchase and sale.
  • Acted as environmental counsel on the purchase of lands for re-development for industrial, commercial, office, residential and recreational uses.

Presentations

Contracting and Procurement in a COVID-19 World
Lexpert and the Canadian Lawyer Magazine: Infrastructure Law
Managing Construction Risk in 2020 and Beyond
The International Concrete Repair Institute and the American Concrete Institute
Selecting and Managing External Counsel
Live Demonstration: Negotiating Key Terms in Design Contracts
Allocating Risks: Managing Troublesome Contract Clauses
Allocating Risks by Contract: Troublesome Contract Clauses
Construction Work Ahead: Land Development and Construction Law Issues in Ontario Part 2
Construction and Infrastructure Law
Municipal Law
Co-Chair with Jason Lewis (WSP)
Allocating Risks by Contract: Troublesome Clauses to Watch Out
Toronto Local Appeal Body To Date: The Perks & The Pitfalls
Ontario Heritage Act
OBA Infrastructure Primer III - Negotiating Design
Construction Law
Allocating Risks by Contract: Troublesome Clauses to Watch Out
Construction Work Ahead: Land Development and Construction Law Issues in Ontario
Construction and Infrastructure Law
Municipal Law
Co-Chair with Jason Lewis (Ivanhoe Cambridge Inc.)
The Role of Expert Witnesses: Further Update and the Latest Court Decisions

Publications

COVID-19: July 22nd Update on the Impacts to Development Applications and Hearings
COVID-19: July 6th Update on the Impacts to Development Applications and Hearings
COVID-19: June 3rd Update on the Impacts to Development Applications and Hearings
COVID-19: May 20th Update on the Impacts to Development Applications and Hearings
COVID-19: May 13th Update on the Impacts to Development Applications and Hearings
COVID-19: May 6th Update on the Impacts to Development Applications and Hearings
COVID-19: April 22nd Update on the Impacts to Development Applications and Hearings
COVID-19: April 15th Update on the Impacts to Development Applications and Hearings
La gestion de projet en période de pandémie de COVID-19 – Une question de triage
COVID-19: April 7th Update on the Impacts to Development Applications and Hearings
The Impact of COVID-19 on the Construction Industry: A Reference Guide to the Changed Landscape
COVID-19: March 30th Update on the Impacts to Development Applications and Hearings
COVID-19: What is the Impact on Development Applications and Hearings?
Think twice before obtaining a labour and material payment bond – new liability for an old security
Change is Coming to Ontario's Construction Lien Act – What Do You Need to Know for 2018?
Toronto Local Appeal Body to Date - The Perks and the Pitfalls
Province of Ontario Announces Major Reforms to the Land Use Planning Appeal Process
Federal Jurisdiction in Municipal Matters: What Happens When the Provinces or Municipalities Step on Federal Toes?
What to Expect from Toronto's Local Appeal Body – Knowns and Unknowns
Gatekeepers to Playing in the Sandbox
Amendment to the BC Recycling Regulation Impacts Small Businesses and Franchisees
The 2014 Provincial Policy Statement & Environmental Protection
New BC Recycling Requirements for Paper Products Coming into Force Soon
Did the City of Toronto Council have the right to strip the Mayor of his powers?
Land Use Compatibility
City adopts first amendment to official plan under 5-year review
How will the city of Toronto's new draft harmonized zoning by-law impact your property rights?
A new departure and a fresh approach: the Ontario Court of Appeal decision in Combined Air
Suspect your employee is using drugs or drinking?
A Tale of Two Valves – How a Trade Mark Was Lost
Collateral Damage: U.S. Supreme Court Dismisses Rigidity of Federal Circuit Tests in Rejecting Bilski

News

McMillan annonce des promotions aux rangs d'associés participants et d'associés
Conseiller canadien de Refresco Group N.V. dans le cadre de son acquisition de Corporation Cott pour 1,25 G$ US
Conseiller canadien de Refresco Group N.V. dans le cadre de son acquisition de Corporation Cott pour 1,25 G$ US
McMillan S.E.N.C.R.L., s.r.l. lance un cabinet national d'affaires publiques, le Groupe d'affaires publiques McMillan aVantage
McMillan S.E.N.C.R.L., s.r.l. lance un cabinet national d'affaires publiques, le Groupe d'affaires publiques McMillan aVantage
Annik Forristal citée dans le numéro spécial de Lexpert sur le recrutement étudiant
McMillan in top-10 development law firms by Novae Res Urbis

Education

  • University of Calgary, Juris Doctor - 2011
  • University of Waterloo, Bachelor of Applied Science in Chemical Engineering

Year Of Call

  • Barreau de l'Ontario - 2012

Practices

droit municipal et droit de l'aménagement du territoire
planification et approbations
réglementation environnementale
construction
relations gouvernementales
droit administratif
immobilier commercial

Industries

construction
infrastructures
bioconstruction

Directorships and Professional Associations

  • Ontario Bar Association

Awards & Rankings

  • Award for highest academic achievement in environmental law at the University of Calgary, 2010
  • Dean's List, University of Calgary 2011
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Annik practices municipal land use planning and development law, construction law and environmental law. She particularly enjoys opportunities to apply her engineering background in her practice.

Annik is an elected member of the Ontario Bar Association’s Municipal Law Executive and is experienced with the process for obtaining approvals of citywide and site specific official plan amendments, rezonings, severances and minor variances. Annik represents developers, ratepayers and municipalities and has made submissions to committees of council, municipal councils and Committees of Adjustment. She regularly appears before the Local Planning Appeal Tribunal (formerly the Ontario Municipal Board) and Toronto Local Appeal Body, as applicable, in matters ranging from complex site specific rezoning applications to appeals of citywide Official Plan amendments to applications for consent and minor variance. Annik has also represented clients in Provincial Offences Court with respect to Building Code and by-law compliance matters. She is also experienced in drafting and negotiating development related agreements, including section 37 agreements and tie-back and crane swing agreements.

Annik effectively represents numerous players within the construction pyramid providing counsel with respect to industrial, commercial, institutional and residential projects. Her clients include owners, subcontractors and consultants, in matters relating to the preparation of construction contracts, contract negotiations, and complex contract claims and disputes. She is experienced with standard form construction contracts and has drafted and negotiated associated supplementary conditions, including for CCDC, CCA, OAA and ACEC form contracts. Annik has prepared and negotiated numerous engineering services contracts for projects ranging from complex rapid transit works to master service agreements to standard terms and conditions for use on smaller projects. She has also drafted and negotiated many agreements for renewable energy projects, including design-build agreements, master supply agreements and operation and maintenance agreements. Annik is also experienced in claims resolution, providing strategic representation and counsel in settlement discussions, mediation proceedings and arbitration proceedings.

Annik has advised both private and public sector clients with respect to transactional and regulatory environmental matters, including the contractual allocation and management of environmental risk. She is familiar with environmental permitting requirements, including environmental compliance approvals and permits to take water. Annik has also assisted many corporations in determining or carrying out their obligations under stewardship legislation, including for the collection and recycling of paper products, packaging and used tires. Annik has also represented clients in Provincial Offences Court with respect to environmental offences and has appeared before the Environmental Review Tribunal.

Annik joined McMillan as a summer student in 2010 and articled with the firm before her call to the Ontario bar in 2012. She received her Juris Doctor from the University of Calgary where she graduated on the Dean's List in 2011. During law school, Annik was VP Finance of the University's Environmental Law Society and received the award for highest academic achievement in environmental law in 2010.

Prior to law school, Annik received her Bachelor of Applied Science in Chemical Engineering from the University of Waterloo, and practiced as a project and process engineer with various Canadian companies.

Annik is also a member of McMillan Vantage LP

Construction

  • Acted for The Hospital for Sick Children for the drafting and negotiation of a supply agreement and CCDC 14 design-build contract for the supply and installation of a new CT Scanner.
  • Acted for The Hospital for Sick Children for the drafting and negotiation of an OAA-600 contract for the provision of architectural services for early works for Project Horizon, a significant campus redevelopment project being undertaken by SickKids in cooperation with the Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care over the next decade in the heart of Toronto’s downtown.
  • Acted for Westbank Projects Corp. for the drafting and negotiation of CCDC 5A, CCDC 17 and other associated contracts for each of the following significant mixed use developments: (a) Westbank’s distinctive Mirvish Village development comprised of 5 mixed-use buildings (ranging from 13 to 26 storeys in height) located at 581 Bloor Street West in the City of Toronto; (b) Westbank and Allied Properties REIT’s redevelopment of a heritage office building located at 19 Duncan Street in the City of Toronto’s Entertainment District for a 58-storey mixed-use building comprised of ground floor retail, hotel suites and rental apartments; and (c) Westbank and Allied Properties REIT’s development of a 16-storey mixed-use building designed by renowned architect Bjarke Ingels and located at 489 King Street West in the City of Toronto.
  • Acted for Timbercreek Asset Management Inc. in the drafting and negotiation of development and construction contracts, including development agreements, cost sharing agreements, CCDC 2 contracts and CCDC 5B contracts, for use on various residential development projects across Canada.
  • Acted for Magna International Inc. in the preparation of template construction contracts, including CCDC 5B contracts, for use on their projects in Canada.
  • Provided support and advice to a leading Canadian University in the issuance of its Request for Proposals for construction management services for a new campus building, including drafting of the CCDC 5B contract for inclusion in the RFP and negotiation of such contract with the successful bidder.
  • Acted for a large Canadian Bank in the preparation of template construction contracts, including CCDC 5B contracts, for use on their projects in Canada.

Land Use Planning

  • Assisted Amexon Development and Heritage York Holdings Inc. in obtaining approval for a High Density Mixed Use Residential and Commercial Development on 1200, 1210 & 1200 Sheppard Avenue for a total of 1793 Residential units, 28,189 square feet retail and 136,000 square feet commercial office
  • Assisted Lee Development in obtaining approval for a townhouse apartment development with 451 units
  • Assisted Dunpar Developments Inc. in obtaining a Zoning By-law Amendment for 4390 Mississauga Road for a mid-rise, 65 townhome developments

Construction and Energy

  • Assisted a major authority in successfully resolving construction delay and cost overrun disputes under a P3 agreement involving allegations of changed site conditions, severe weather, protest actions, and increased financing costs in respect of the construction of an underwater tunnel.
  • Acted as counsel to an engineering and management firm providing assistance with the drafting and negotiation of numerous agreements for the provision of professional services, including for large infrastructure projects
  • Drafted and negotiated individual and master agreement forms of engineering, procurement and construction contracts (EPC)
  • Drafted and negotiated individual and master agreement forms of equipment supply agreements
  • Drafted and negotiated Operation and Maintenance agreements for solar projects

Environment

  • Acted as counsel to the Canadian Owners and Pilots Association in opposing the installation of 8 wind turbines in the Collingwood/Stayner Area, resulting in the first decision of the Environmental Review Tribunal where it was found that engaging in a renewable energy project in accordance with its renewable energy approval will cause serious harm to human health.
  • Acted as environmental counsel to purchasers of impacted lands including advising in respect of conducting due diligence investigations, preparing remediation plans, obtaining Records of Site Condition (full-depth generic, background and risk-based), and negotiating agreements for purchase and sale.
  • Acted as environmental counsel on the purchase of lands for re-development for industrial, commercial, office, residential and recreational uses.
22 Juillet 2020
COVID-19: July 22nd Update on the Impacts to Development Applications and Hearings(seulement disponible en anglais)

Municipal and Land Use Planning; Development Bulletin

6 Juillet 2020
COVID-19: July 6th Update on the Impacts to Development Applications and Hearings(seulement disponible en anglais)

Municipal and Land Use Planning; Development Bulletin

3 Juin 2020
COVID-19: June 3rd Update on the Impacts to Development Applications and Hearings(seulement disponible en anglais)

Municipal and Land Use Planning; Development Bulletin

20 Mai 2020
COVID-19: May 20th Update on the Impacts to Development Applications and Hearings (seulement disponible en anglais)

Municipal and Land Use Planning; Development

13 Mai 2020
COVID-19: May 13th Update on the Impacts to Development Applications and Hearings (seulement disponible en anglais)

Municipal and Land Use Planning; Development

6 Mai 2020
COVID-19: May 6th Update on the Impacts to Development Applications and Hearings(seulement disponible en anglais)

Municipal and Land Use Planning; Development Bulletin

Mai 2020
Am I covered? The Supply of Project and Construction Management and other Consulting Services under Ontario's Construction Act
(seulement disponible en anglais)

Construction Law Letter, Vol 36, No. 5, pp 4-7

22 Avril 2020
COVID-19: April 22nd Update on the Impacts to Development Applications and Hearings(seulement disponible en anglais)

Municipal and Land Use Planning; Development Bulletin

15 Avril 2020
COVID-19: April 15th Update on the Impacts to Development Applications and Hearings(seulement disponible en anglais)

Municipal and Land Use Planning; Development Bulletin

8 Avril 2020
La gestion de projet en période de pandémie de COVID-19 – Une question de triage

Bulletin sur le droit de la construction

7 Avril 2020
COVID-19: April 7th Update on the Impacts to Development Applications and Hearings (seulement disponible en anglais)

Municipal and Land Use Planning; Development Bulletin

3 Avril 2020
The Impact of COVID-19 on the Construction Industry: A Reference Guide to the Changed Landscape(seulement disponible en anglais)

Construction Law Bulletin

30 Mars 2020
COVID-19: March 30th Update on the Impacts to Development Applications and Hearings(seulement disponible en anglais)

Municipal and Land Use Planning; Development Bulletin

23 Mars 2020
COVID-19: What is the Impact on Development Applications and Hearings?(seulement disponible en anglais)

Municipal and Land Use Planning; Development Bulletin

Mars 2018
Think twice before obtaining a labour and material payment bond – new liability for an old security(seulement disponible en anglais)

Construction Law Bulletin

Mars 2018
Change is Coming to Ontario's Construction Lien Act – What Do You Need to Know for 2018?(seulement disponible en anglais)

Construction Law Bulletin

Février 2018
Toronto Local Appeal Body to Date - The Perks and the Pitfalls(seulement disponible en anglais)
Mai 2017
Province of Ontario Announces Major Reforms to the Land Use Planning Appeal Process(seulement disponible en anglais)

Municipal Law Bulletin

21 Février 2017
What to Expect from Toronto's Local Appeal Body – Knowns and Unknowns(seulement disponible en anglais)

Municipal Law Bulletin

Mai 2016
Gatekeepers to Playing in the Sandbox(seulement disponible en anglais)

Six Minute Municipal Lawyer

Juillet 2014
Amendment to the BC Recycling Regulation Impacts Small Businesses and Franchisees(seulement disponible en anglais)
Environmental Law Bulletin
Juin 2014
The 2014 Provincial Policy Statement & Environmental Protection(seulement disponible en anglais)
Land Development and Planning Forum 2014
Mars 2014
New BC Recycling Requirements for Paper Products Coming into Force Soon(seulement disponible en anglais)

Environmental Bulletin

Décembre 2013
Did the City of Toronto Council have the right to strip the Mayor of his powers?(seulement disponible en anglais)
Municipal Law Bulletin
Décembre 2013
Land Use Compatibility(seulement disponible en anglais)
The Commons Institute - Practitioner Panels on Municipal Law
Mai 2013
City adopts first amendment to official plan under 5-year review(seulement disponible en anglais)
Real Estate Bulletin
Février 2013
How will the city of Toronto's new draft harmonized zoning by-law impact your property rights?(seulement disponible en anglais)
Real Estate Bulletin
Mai 2012
A new departure and a fresh approach: the Ontario Court of Appeal decision in Combined Air(seulement disponible en anglais)
Article originally appeared in The Advocates' Quarterly
Volume 39, Number 4
April 2012
Novembre 2011
Suspect your employee is using drugs or drinking?(seulement disponible en anglais)
Employment and Labour Bulletin
Eté 2010
A Tale of Two Valves – How a Trade Mark Was Lost(seulement disponible en anglais)
Intellectual Property Brief Summer 2010
Juillet 2010
Collateral Damage: U.S. Supreme Court Dismisses Rigidity of Federal Circuit Tests in Rejecting Bilski(seulement disponible en anglais)
Intellectual Property Alert
14 Octobre 2020
Contracting and Procurement in a COVID-19 World
Lexpert and the Canadian Lawyer Magazine: Infrastructure Law(seulement disponible en anglais)
Co-speaker with A. Forristal
21 Juillet 2020
Managing Construction Risk in 2020 and Beyond
The International Concrete Repair Institute and the American Concrete Institute
(seulement disponible en anglais)
Février 2020
Selecting and Managing External Counsel
(seulement disponible en anglais)
Ontario Bar Association Institute's Program re: "Legal Departments and Economic Uncertainty – How to Add Value to Your Employer", Member of panel
12 Novembre 2019
Live Demonstration: Negotiating Key Terms in Design Contracts
(seulement disponible en anglais)
Osgoode Construction Law Certificate Program
23 Mai 2019
Allocating Risks: Managing Troublesome Contract Clauses
(seulement disponible en anglais)
Ontario Architect's Association Annual Conference in Quebec City
11 Avril 2019
Ontario's New Construction Act
(seulement disponible en anglais)
McMillan Construction Counsel Series
7 Mars 2019
Allocating Risks by Contract: Troublesome Contract Clauses
(seulement disponible en anglais)
Osgoode Professional Development – Advanced Legal Risk Management for Design Professionals
21 Mars 2018
Construction Work Ahead: Land Development and Construction Law Issues in Ontario Part 2
Construction and Infrastructure Law
Municipal Law
Co-Chair with Jason Lewis (WSP)
(seulement disponible en anglais)
Ontario Bar Association, Twenty Toronto Street
2 Mars 2018
Allocating Risks by Contract: Troublesome Clauses to Watch Out
(seulement disponible en anglais)
Legal Risk Management For Design Professionals: Strategies For Dealing With Today's Complex Projects, Osgoode Hall
Février 2018
Toronto Local Appeal Body To Date: The Perks & The Pitfalls(seulement disponible en anglais)
OBA Institute 2018 – A New Era In Municipal and Planning Law, Toronto, Ontario
Mai 2017
Ontario Heritage Act(seulement disponible en anglais)
The Six Minute Lawyer
3 Mai 2017
OBA Infrastructure Primer III - Negotiating Design
Construction Law
(seulement disponible en anglais)
Ontario Bar Association, Twenty Toronto Street
31 Mars 2017
Allocating Risks by Contract: Troublesome Clauses to Watch Out
(seulement disponible en anglais)
Legal Risk Management For Design Professionals: Strategies For Dealing With Today's Complex Projects, Osgoode Hall
28 Mars 2017
Construction Work Ahead: Land Development and Construction Law Issues in Ontario
Construction and Infrastructure Law
Municipal Law
Co-Chair with Jason Lewis (Ivanhoe Cambridge Inc.)
(seulement disponible en anglais)
Ontario Bar Association, Twenty Toronto Street
4 Mai 2016
The Role of Expert Witnesses: Further Update and the Latest Court Decisions
(seulement disponible en anglais)
Six Minute Municipal Lawyer, Donald Lamont Learning Centre