Duncan C. Card
Duncan C. Card
Partner at Bennett Jones LLP
(416) 777-6446
(416) 863-1716
100 King St W, Suite 3400, 1 First Canadian Pl, PO Box 130, Toronto, ON
Year called to bar: 1984 (ON); 1984 (Bermuda)
Duncan co-Chairs IT, managed services and outsourcing, procurement & government contracting practices. Duncan’s practice involves contract drafting and negotiations, technology (incl. IT) transactions, IP commercialization, procurement best practices, defence procurement, enterprise solutions, e-commerce, Fintech and payments, and SaaS/IaaS. Duncan is a sought after corporate director, including Osisko Mining Bermuda, FutureVault, Drone Delivery, EXEN (California), and as former Governance Chair of a large offshore bank. Duncan obtained his ICDD corporate director's designation (2013 valedictorian), and he has authored over 300 technology transaction publications/seminars. The 3rd edition of Duncan’s renowned book, Technology Transactions Best Practices (Thomson Reuters, 487 pages hardcover) was released December 2020. Duncan is widely cited as a leading commercial transactions lawyer: 2020 Lexpert® Special Edition — Infrastructure, 2020 Lexpert® Special Edition — Technology, Chambers Global, Who’s Who Legal 2019, The Best Lawyers in Canada 2019, 2018 Finance Monthly’s Tech Lawyer of the Year, and Lexpert® US/Canada Cross-Border Guide, among others. Duncan is called to Ontario and Bermuda Bars, and he works with many prestigious UK and US law firms on their Canadian transactions.
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On March 15, 2017, the L.F. Wade International Airport Redevelopment Project in Bermuda achieved commercial and financial close. This project is being implemented under a framework agreement between the Government of Bermuda and the Canadian Commercial Corp. (CCC). Under the agreement, CCC will, through its subcontract with a subsidiary of Aecon Group, design and construct a new passenger terminal and related infrastructure under a fixed price, date-guaranteed design and construction contract valued at US$274 million.