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Journal of the Canadian College of Construction Lawyers 2019
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Editor-in-Chief: Brian Samuels – Samuels & Co.
Bernard Quinn – Norton Rose Fulbright Canada
D. Geoffrey Machum, Q.C. – Stewart McKelvey

The Canadian College of Construction Lawyers, established in 1998, is comprised of lawyers from across Canada distinguished in the practice of construction law.  While construction law is recognized as a specialized practice area, it in fact overlaps several other subject areas, some of which are, in themselves, distinct practice areas, such as contract law, tort law, surety law, builders’ liens and insurance law. One of the core values of the College is to maintain professional excellence in the study and practice of construction law. For that reason, this Journal is dedicated to publishing scholarly articles of interest to construction lawyers.  The Journal is also of use and interest to other construction professionals and academics with an interest in construction law.

The 2019 Edition of the JCCCL features 9 new articles:

  • Update on the Law of Notice, by Brendan Bowles & Madalina Sontrop
  • An Overview of Contractual Notice Requirements and the Effect of Doctrines of Waiver and Estoppel in Cases of Imperfect Compliance, by Philip Scheibel and Peter Vetsch
  • Innovating Evidence Procedure in International Construction Arbitration, by Professor Doug Jones
  • Adjudication Under The Ontario Construction Act: Anticipated Challenges Based Upon International Precedent, by Howard Krupat
  • Always Judge a Bid by its cover: A Lesson in Procurement from the Nova Scotia Supreme Court C.F. construction Ltd. V. Town of Westville, by John Kulik, Q.C., and Melanie Gillis
  • Looking Through Different Lenses: Tactical and Technical Concerns When Representing the Owner or the Contractor, by Matthew Alter and Stephen V. O’Neal
  • Problems Associated with Pass-Through Claims, by Brian Samuels, Q.C.
  • Revisiting Non-Contractual Duties of Care and the use of Pierringer Agreements in Construction Disputes, by Jeffrey E. Sharpe and Robert Martz
  • Construction Claims and Disputes: Twists and Turns Along the Spectrum of Dispute Resolution, by Harvey J. Kirsh