Lexpert has released its Special Edition: Infrastructure 2021, naming seven MLT Aikins lawyers as leading professionals in the area of infrastructure.
The publication features articles discussing the latest industry developments, trends and legal issues including dispute resolution, government priorities, finance, procurement, contracts and risk.
The 2021 Lexpert Special Editions will be distributed with The Globe and Mail to a select subscriber base and through Key Media’s industry channels. Lexpert will also be sent to Canadian Lawyer InHouse Magazine subscribers.
For many decades, MLT Aikins lawyers have played leading roles in advising clients on major industrial, manufacturing, infrastructure and commercial construction projects in Western Canada and the United States, including projects involving complex joint venture, co-ownership and partnership structures. Our knowledge of the legal and commercial issues involved in construction and industrial projects and our experience in resolving construction disputes help us recommend effective project delivery and risk management strategies early in the project planning stage.
Congratulations to the following lawyers named in this publication:
Len has acted as counsel, from conception to completion, on major industrial construction projects in both Canada and the United States. He has considerable experience in the resolution of construction, equipment procurement, oil and gas development, and other commercial disputes through the courts and inter-provincial and international arbitration.
Daryl maintains a civil, commercial and construction litigation practice. His construction litigation experience includes builders’ lien legislation, construction projects, and has acted for owners, general contractors and sub-contractors.
Meaghan assists Indigenous rights-holders and landowners with issues related to Indigenous consultation, natural resource extraction, land development, flood management infrastructure and other environmental matters. She has considerable experience with federal and provincial environmental assessment processes and has appeared before the Supreme Court of Canada, all levels of court in Alberta, the Manitoba courts and the Federal courts.
John Dipple leads the MLT Aikins construction and infrastructure practice area and has extensive experience providing strategic advice on major construction and infrastructure projects. He also leads the firm’s procurement practice area.
Doug Hodson focuses on commercial litigation and has significant experience in class actions, transportation law and construction litigation. Doug has argued significant cases before all levels of court in Saskatchewan, Alberta, Manitoba and Ontario and before the Federal Courts and the Supreme Court of Canada.
Partner in the litigation group, Tyler practises in commercial, construction, insurance, professional negligence and regulation, employment and administrative law litigation as well as arbitration and mediation.
John practises in commercial and civil litigation. His practice includes professional liability defence, personal injury, and a broad range of commercial litigation including construction, secured lender remedies, commercial lease disputes, class actions, collections and shareholder disputes.