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Karen Martin
Partner

Dentons Canada LLP

Karen is a partner at Dentons who practises in the areas of construction, infrastructure and PPP, and litigation and dispute resolution, and currently sits on the Canada Region Board and the Firm's Global Board. Based on deep experience and the latest developments in the law, she provides strategic advice to clients to minimize legal risk during procurement and construction. She advises on the preparation of construction contracts to assist in the avoidance of disputes, and during the construction phase she helps clients to develop pro-active solutions to project issues. When disputes arise, she negotiates resolutions, and she acts as counsel in the mediation, arbitration and litigation of construction claims, including on P3, mining and energy sector projects. Karen’s experience as counsel on large construction trials in the last three decades allows her to quickly understand the technical aspects of a construction claim, and to provide creative advice as to the appropriate methods to efficiently resolve disputes. She has extensive experience in disputes involving tenders, RFPs, construction contracts, builders’ liens, engineering issues, and negligence claims involving architects and engineers.


Year Called to the Bar:1985 (BC); 2011 (YT)
250 Howe St, Fl 20
Vancouver, BC
Phone: (604) 691-6455
Fax: (604) 683-5214
E-mail: karen.martin@dentons.com

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