Winnipeg lawyer Tyler Kochanski is interviewed in the latest issue of Building Rural Manitoba, a magazine published by the Construction Association of Rural Manitoba (CARM).
Tyler speaks on a number of construction-related legal topics in the story, including procurement, contractual agreements and environmental liability.
“Our goal is to educate our clients and make sure they understand the realities and potential risks involved in their role in a project,” Tyler says in the article. “We will help mitigate those risks, and if there is a bump on the road further along, we will help them over it.”
Tyler also discusses some of the unique challenges faced by the rural construction industry, and the breadth of experience MLT Aikins has working with people in the sector, from recent trade school graduates to industry veterans. Read the full story here.
About the Construction Association of Rural Manitoba
CARM represents more than 180 members from rural Manitoba’s construction industry, including construction companies and suppliers, as well as members who have an interest in the industry, such as banks, law firms, accountants and hotels. MLT Aikins recently joined CARM as a corporate member.
About Tyler Kochanski
A partner in the litigation group at MLT Aikins, Tyler has represented a variety of clients in disputes involving construction projects, including contractual disputes, negligence actions, safety investigations and builders liens. He has appeared before all levels of court in Manitoba, the Saskatchewan Court of Queen’s Bench, the British Columbia Court of Queen’s Bench and the Ontario Court of Queen’s Bench, in addition to numerous administrative bodies and professional discipline tribunals.