Product Details
978-0-7798-3649-9
Book
Approximately 100 pages
1 volume bound
softcover
2011-05-26
Carswell

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Problems with Liens
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Description
Derived from the Journal of the Canadian College of Construction Lawyers 2011 edition, Problems with Liens was written to alert lawyers who are involved in construction lien matters to the more common errors that lawyers have been known to make, in their handling of construction lien claims including timing errors, joinder errors, registration errors, pleading errors and the like to refer, where possible, to the case law that may be of assistance; and to comment on the possible arguments and "repair" methods that may be available.
About the Author
Harvey J. Kirsh is a recognized authority in construction law. He has more than 40 years of experience in the litigation, arbitration and mediation of complex construction claims and disputes arising out of significant public-private partnership, infrastructure, transportation, energy, resource, industrial, commercial, and institutional projects, both domestically and internationally. He was the Founding President and is a Governor of the Canadian College of Construction Lawyers, as well as being a Fellow of the American College of Construction Lawyers. He has authored numerous books and articles, and is the Founding Editor of both the Construction Law Reports and the Construction Law Letter. Mr. Kirsh is the recipient of the Ontario Bar Association's Award of Excellence in Alternative Dispute Resolution, and has been prominently featured as a leading practitioner in the "Construction", "Arbitration" and "Mediation" sections of many Canadian and international peer review directories. www.glaholt.com
Matthew Alter, a senior partner in the Construction Group at Cassels Brock & Blackwell LLP, assists clients with contracts, tenders and RFPs for domestic and international projects. He also represents clients in disputes and litigation including bid disputes, contractor defaults, interference, delay, trust and bond claims. He is certified by the LSUC as a Specialist in Construction Law, and is former Chair of their Construction Law Speciality Committee. He serves as Treasurer of the Canadian College of Construction Lawyers, is former Editor of the Journal of the Canadian College of Construction Lawyers as well as a past Chair of the International Construction Division of the ABA's Forum on Construction Law and the OBA's Construction Law Section.