Naheed Bardai


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Office: Saskatoon

Main: (306) 975-7115

Fax: (306) 975-7145

Education & Qualifications

  • Saskatchewan Bar (2004)
  • Ontario Bar (2001)
  • LLB cum laude (Ottawa, 1999)
  • BA cum laude (Ottawa, 1996)

Naheed Bardai is a partner in our commercial litigation group. His experience in construction law, condominium law and complex commercial disputes make him an invaluable resource for clients who are looking for practical solutions to pressing problems.

  • Counsel for an investment adviser in a claim involving defamation, employment law issues, contempt of court, abuse of public office and unlawful interference with economic interests.
  • Counsel for a condominium corporation in a claim involving bylaw interpretation and enforcement.
  • Counsel for a prominent builder in lien dispute matters.
  • Counsel for individual home owners in construction deficiency claims.
  • Counsel for a major railway in derailment claims.
  • Counsel for property owners and insureds in occupier’s liability claims.
  • Counsel for an insurer that provides coverage for purchasers of new homes.
  • Counsel for professionals (doctors and dentists) in connection with partnership and other business disputes.

Naheed routinely acts for condominiums, developers, general contractors, insurers, railways, businesses and business persons. He has conducted trials in Saskatchewan, Ontario and Alberta and has also appeared on a number of occasions before the Saskatchewan Court of Appeal.

  • Director, Executive Member, Habitat for Humanity Saskatoon Chapter
  • Member, Committee to Review and Revise the Saskatchewan Tariff of Costs
  • Past-President and Director, Saskatchewan Trial Lawyers Association
  • Past-President and Director, Canadian Condominium Institute Northern Saskatchewan
  • Director, Junior Achievement Saskatchewan (2007-2013)
  • Vice-Chair of Legal Affairs, Ismaili Counsel for the Prairies
  • Volunteer, United Way Saskatoon Professions Division
  • Former Chair, Ontario Bar Association Young Lawyers Division (Ottawa, 2004)
  • “How Do I Get Paid, a Review of the Lien Act”
  • Presenter, “Lien Rights,” Saskatchewan Construction Association Summer Conference (June 2016)
  • “Collegiality Alive and Well in Saskatoon,” The Saskatchewan Advocate (December 2013)
  • “Disclosure Obligations Pursuant to the new Rules of Court,” Saskatchewan Trial Lawyers Association Conference (2013)
  • “Chambers Advocacy,” Saskatchewan Trial Lawyers Association (2013)
  • Presenter, “Fiduciary Duties of Boards,” Canadian Condominium Institute Spring Conference (2012)
  • Co-Chair, Queen’s Bench Rules Seminar, Saskatchewan Trial Lawyers Association Conference (2011)
  • “Condominium Law Issues,” with Ashley Smith, CBA Saskatchewan Mid-Winter Meeting (2010)
  • “What Do I Need to Know When Buying a Condo?”, Condo Voice Magazine (May 2010)
  • “Consent, Capacity and Record Keeping,” Saskatchewan Paediatric Residents’ Conference (2010)
  • Co-Chair, Planning for Success: Critical Steps in the Litigation Process, Saskatchewan Trial Lawyers Association Conference (May 2010)
  • “How Does the Limitations Act Affect Possible Amendments to Pleadings?”, The Saskatchewan Advocate, Volume 10, Issue 3 (September 2008)
  • “Who Pays After Damage?”, Condo Voice Magazine (November 2008)
  • “Saskatchewan’s New Limitations Act” (February 2005)
  • One of Canada’s Leading Lawyers – Construction, The Canadian Lexpert Legal Directory
  • Recognized in Best Lawyers, Corporate and Commercial Litigation (2016, 2019, 2020)