Ian Gosselin focuses primarily on infrastructure, engineering and construction law, an area in which he has considerable experience, helping contracting authorities to identify different methods for the realization of their infrastructure projects and advising and assisting them until completion. His advice is also frequently sought in connection with calls for tenders for service, procurement and construction projects. Combining his considerable experience in infrastructure, engineering and construction law with his vast knowledge in commercial litigation, arbitration and alternative dispute resolution, Mr. Gosselin also advises and represents owners, manufacturers, contractors, engineers, architects and other construction professionals in litigation before the courts of Québec and arbitration tribunals. He has over 500 days of trial either before tribunals or arbitration panels. Mr. Gosselin has particular knowledge in industrial, civil engineering and energy matters and also acts as a mediator in civil and commercial disputes. He has extensive experience in commercial litigation and is regularly involved in the defence of class actions, particularly in cases where groups of citizens allege environmental pollution and annoyances.
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