Sharon C. Vogel
Sharon C. Vogel
(416) 585-8602
(416) 585-9458
150 King St W, Suite 2512, PO Box 24, Toronto, ON
Year called to bar: 1993 (ON)
Sharon Vogel is a named Partner and Co-Chair of the Construction and Infrastructure Law group at Singleton Urquhart Reynolds Vogel LLP. She handles the negotiation, mediation, arbitration, and litigation of construction disputes and has appeared at all levels of court. She has been involved with Public Policy mandates, including acting as co-counsel retained by the Ontario government and federal government to prepare reports and make recommendations on prompt payment and adjudication. Sharon is a Senior Fellow at the University of Melbourne where she teaches international construction law. Sharon is a Certified Specialist in Construction Law and a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators, Canadian College of Construction Lawyers, and American College of Construction Lawyers. She was selected by peers for inclusion in The Best Lawyers in Canada, has an AV preeminent peer review rating by Martindale-Hubbell, is recognized as a leading infrastructure lawyer in the Lexpert® Special Edition — Infrastructure, and is ranked band 1 by Chambers Global. She was also recognized as one of the Top 25 Most Influential Lawyers in Canada by Canadian Lawyer Magazine.
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