Beth Allard is senior dispute resolution counsel, with extensive experience in complex contractual and tortious disputes relating to procurement, designs and specifications, changes and risk allocation, and disruption and delay. Beth’s intimate knowledge of the construction industry enables her to identify and assess risks, and to formulate strategies to address those risks and achieve timely and efficient resolutions for her clients. Beth’s practice also includes a range of liability defence work for architects and engineers, healthcare professionals and various associations. Beth has lectured and written extensively on various legal topics, including while an adjunct professor in civil procedure at the UBC law school. Beth is the practice leader of her firm’s British Columbia litigation group, and also is the author of “Contribution and Apportionment” in CLEBC’s British Columbia Business Disputes, and is a regular contributor to CLEBC’s Builders Lien Practice Manual.