Jeremy Rankin 

Jeremy Rankin

Toronto
Brookfield Place, Suite 4400
181 Bay Street
Toronto, Ontario M5J 2T3

t: 647.943.8059
e: jeremy.rankin@mcmillan.ca

overview

Jeremy has a broad commercial litigation practice with a focus on construction and real estate disputes. He has assisted various owners and contractors resolve commercial, cost and delay claims in both litigation and arbitration.

He also has experience in a broad range of litigation matters including shareholder disputes, jurisdictional challenges, public private partnership disputes, product liability, Ministry of Labour investigations, enforcement of domestic and foreign judgments, injunctions, and real property and leasing disputes. Jeremy has represented clients before the Ontario Superior Court, the Committee of Adjustment and arbitration tribunals.

Jeremy holds a JD from Osgoode Hall Law School and a honours degree in Public Affairs and Policy Management from Carleton University. Jeremy has studied international law at Trinity College in Dublin, Ireland and at the Universite Jean Moulin in Lyon, France.
 

Presentations

Publications

Construction through COVID-19 in Canada: A Guideline for what each Province and Territory is Doing
[Current as at June 9, 2020]
Show Me the Money: Government of Ontario to Amend Emergency Order to Allow Release of Holdbacks
Project Management Amid COVID-19 - The Triage
The Impact of COVID-19 on the Construction Industry: A Reference Guide to the Changed Landscape
Defendants Beware: Courts May Be Hesitant to Dismiss Action for Delay even when Plaintiff Is the Major Contributor
Lost in Transition: Working Through the Silence Surrounding Leasehold Interests in the Construction Act's Transition Provisions
Is Your Refrigerator Limitation Period Running? Maybe Not Where One Party Promises to Fix the Problem
Stay Tuned: Ontario Proposes Sweeping Changes to Class Proceedings Act
Judicial Review "Through the Looking Glass": Issue-By-Issue Analysis
Purchasing Your Next Piece of Property With an iPad May Have Just Become a Reality
Car Allowances: Not A Sacred Right
Revisiting, Then Revising, Old Contracts: Court of Appeal Considers Test for Rectification
Medical Marijuana in the Workplace: Risks for Employers

Education

  • Osgoode Hall Law School, JD - 2015

Year Of Call

  • Called to the Ontario bar - 2016

Practices

litigation
dispute resolution
international arbitration
mediation
construction litigation
commercial real estate
construction
public-private partnerships

Industries

construction
commercial real estate
infrastructure
mining

Awards & Rankings

  • JSD Tory Research and Writing Award

Jeremy has a broad commercial litigation practice with a focus on construction and real estate disputes. He has assisted various owners and contractors resolve commercial, cost and delay claims in both litigation and arbitration.

He also has experience in a broad range of litigation matters including shareholder disputes, jurisdictional challenges, public private partnership disputes, product liability, Ministry of Labour investigations, enforcement of domestic and foreign judgments, injunctions, and real property and leasing disputes. Jeremy has represented clients before the Ontario Superior Court, the Committee of Adjustment and arbitration tribunals.

Jeremy holds a JD from Osgoode Hall Law School and a honours degree in Public Affairs and Policy Management from Carleton University. Jeremy has studied international law at Trinity College in Dublin, Ireland and at the Universite Jean Moulin in Lyon, France.
 

April 8, 2020
Project Management Amid COVID-19 - The Triage

Construction Law Bulletin

February 2020
Lost in Transition

Link2Build

January 2020
Is your limitation period running?

Link2Build

January 2020
Is Your Refrigerator Limitation Period Running? Maybe Not Where One Party Promises to Fix the Problem

Litigation, Construction Litigation, Advocacy & Employment Bulletin

October 2019
It's Time You Got Paid - Promptly

The Generals

December 2015
Car Allowances: Not A Sacred Right

Employment and Labour Bulletin

July 2014
Medical Marijuana in the Workplace: Risks for Employers

Employment and Labour Bulletin