Bennet is a corporate and commercial litigator and regularly acts for clients on complex construction, transportation, insurance and commercial leasing matters.
Bennet advises clients on all manner of disputes and contract issues related to construction. He represents owners, contractors and subcontractors through all stages of the construction project life cycle.
Bennet has acted in a variety of dispute resolution forums, including litigation, mediation and arbitration. He has a particular focus on complex, large scale infrastructure and power generation projects, mining and transit. His experience has included contract drafting and litigation involving delay and productivity claims, equipment deficiencies, insurance claims, professional negligence, lien claims, property damage and geotechnical issues.
Bennet also advises and acts for clients in the transportation and logistics sector, most frequently in the areas of rail transport and trucking.
Bennet has degrees in both the common law and civil law. He is fluent in English and French and is a board member of l’association des juristes d’expression française de la Saskatchewan (AJEFS).
- Member, Association des juristes d’expression française de la Saskatchewan (AJEFS) (2016-present)
- Volunteer, Pro-Bono Law of Saskatchewan (2015-present)
- Volunteer, Student Advocacy Program, McGill (2012-2013)
- Volunteer, Legal Information Clinic, McGill (2012-2014)