181 Bay St, Suite 4400, Brookfield Pl, Bay Wellington Twr, Toronto, ON
Year called to bar: 2002
Jason is a partner in McMillan's Advocacy and Dispute Resolution Group and National Co-Leader of the Construction & Infrastructure Group. He assists authorities, owners, special purpose vehicles, contractors and others in the construction pyramid in resolving construction delay, cost overrun, financing, and other disputes across Canada in respect of infrastructure assets including underwater tunnels, biomass plants, prisons, hospitals, light rail systems, highway service stations, and electrical and nuclear power stations. Through COVID-19, Jason has helped all players in the construction industry navigate through essential service lists, force majeure claims, delay and payment entitlements, changes in health and safety regulations, and other complexities brought on by the pandemic. Jason is a Fellow of both the Canadian College of Construction Lawyers and the Construction Lawyers Society of America and the author of the chapter on Dispute Resolution in the seminal text by Timothy J. Murphy, Public-Private Partnerships in Canada: Law Policy and Value for Money. Jason regularly speaks and writes on managing risk and construction disputes and is the co-chair for some of Osgoode’s premier construction programs, including the full week Construction Law Certificate program.