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Welcome to the CCCL

Our Mission -
The purpose of the College is to facilitate and encourage the association of outstanding lawyers who are distinguished for their skill, experience and high standards of professional and ethical conduct in the practice or teaching of construction law and who are dedicated to excellence in the specialized practice of construction law.

Through the association of such members in an environment of collegiality and good fellowship, the College shall strive to nurture, improve and enhance the practice and understanding of construction law.

Officers of the College

CCCL President
Richard Shaban

Contact Infomation

Borden Ladner Gervais LLP
Barristers & Solicitors
Scotia Plaza
Suite 4400
40 King Street West
Toronto, Ontario
M5H 3Y4
Direct Tel: (416) 367-6262
Direct Fax: (416) 361-2744

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Immediate Past President
Derek A. Brindle, Q.C.

Vice-President
Marina A. Pratchett, Q.C.

Secretary
T. Arthur Barry, Q.C.

Treasurer
Olivier F. Kott

Program Co-Ordinator

Matthew R. Alter


Governors of the College

The Board of Governors includes all of the Officers listed above, all Past Presidents (as ex-officio fellows), as well as:

Lowell Westersund, Q.C.

John Logan

E. Jane Sidnell

Kenneth Crofoot

David Marr

Ian Houston


Mike Demers is the CCCL's Website Committee Chair. Send mail to him at mdemers@jml.ca or to Nicholas J. Dasios of Erevna Technologies with questions or comments about this web site.

 

College News

Announcements

Annual Conference

Vancouver 2014

 

June 2014:

At the Annual General Meeting of the Canadian College of Construction Lawyers, Mr. Richard A. Shaban of Borden Ladner Gervais LLP (“BLG”) was elected President of the College for the current year, replacing outgoing president Mr. Derek Brindle, Q.C. Mr. Shaban is a senior partner and past regional leader of BLG’s Construction and Engineering Group. He specializes exclusively in the areas of procurement, construction and surety law, including construction contracts and project delivery methods, public infrastructure renewal, dispute resolution, liens, construction insurance and surety bonds.

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The New Edition of the Journal of Canadian Construction Lawyers 2014 (May), edited by Matthew R. Alter, is now available. Click for more information.


The Canadian College of Construction Lawyers is proud to announce that on April 10, 2014 our Fellow, P. John Brunner, will be celebrating his 50th year anniversary of being called to the Ontario Bar.

We join his colleagues at Brunner and Lundy in recognizing his achievements and accomplishments practising law and being a member of the Ontario Bar for those 50 years, and we look forward to his continued participation in the College, and at the Bar, for many years to come.

Congratulations, John!


The Canadian College of Construction Lawyers would like to congratulate Fellow Douglas Stollery on his receiving a distinguished Alumni Award from the University of Alberta for his outstanding achievements that have earned him national and international prominence, on the eve of his retirement.

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Featured Article, November 2012

PITFALLS, PERCEPTIONS, AND PROCESSES IN CONSTRUCTION ARBITRATION1

Harvey J. Kirsh2, Glaholt LLP

"Arbitration is essentially civilized warfare, except we do it in dark suits, and generally there is no blood"3

 

A SURVEY OF SURVEYS


The Protocols

In 2010, the College of Commercial Arbitrators (“CCA”) published its landmark booklet entitled “Protocols for Expeditious, Cost-Effective Commercial Arbitration”4. Essentially, the Protocols observed that trial practices were being imported into the arbitration process and that arbitration was beginning to look just like litigation.


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