Partner and president of the Canadian Bar Association’s national Construction and Infrastructure Law Section. Fellow of the Canadian College of Construction Lawyers. Advises clients with respect to all aspects of the procurement process, drafts tender documents and negotiates construction contracts, including those related to infrastructure and public-private partnership projects, as well as conventional and legal suretyships. Has particular expertise relating to the application of the various legislative and regulatory regimes governing the construction industry and public procurement of construction projects in the province of Québec. He has argued numerous cases before the Québec, Ontario and Federal Courts relating to procurement, construction, surety, professional and product liability matters. He has also has extensive construction related experience related to indigenous procured projects and more particularly in Nunavut and Nunavik. Called to the Québec Bar in 1989 and the Ontario Bar in 1986 and Nunavut Bar in 2012. Selected by peers for inclusion in the 2016 edition (and since 2006) of The Best Lawyers in Canada (construction law). Recognized in the 2015 edition of Who’s Who Legal (construction). Martindale-Hubbell distinguished peer review rated.