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Jason J. Annibale and Geza Banfai Direct Osgoode Hall’s Construction Law Certificate Program This Winter

News Feb 7, 2024

McMillan lawyers, Jason J. Annibale and Geza Banfai, are co-program directors of the Osgoode Hall Certificate in Construction Law, offered this winter at the premier law school’s professional development program. It takes place digitally on February 9th, 16th, 23rd, March 1st and 8th. Along with others from McMillan’s Chambers-ranked Construction Group, Jason and Geza will offer their expertise on the construction industry in Canada. The program is a full consideration of the legal landscape in which construction in Canada happens and provides academic rigour and business solutions which have a track record of success in the real world.

McMillan’s Contributions

Jason J. Annibale and Geza Banfai are program directors, speakers, and facilitators.

Jason J. Annibale, is recognized as one of Canada’s leading construction, infrastructure and energy lawyers. He acts in highly complex construction law disputes and sophisticated project finance transactions for clients throughout the construction pyramid, including authorities, special purpose vehicles, lenders, contractors and owners. An authority in his field, Jason regularly speaks on construction-related topics and frequently publishes. He is the author of the chapter on dispute resolution in the LexisNexis text, Public-Private Partnerships in Canada: Law Policy and Value for Money.

Geza Banfai is widely respected in the legal community and construction industry. Recognized by Chambers Canada as a Senior Statesperson in Construction Law in the 2024 Guide, he is known for providing practical and sound business advice. Geza is sought out by a variety of clients on diverse projects and represents all types of construction stakeholders, including lenders, owners, general contractors, material suppliers, testing consultants and design, architectural and engineering professionals.

In addition to Jason and Geza, McMillan’s construction and infrastructure lawyers Talia Gordner, Jeremy Rankin, Preet Saini and Kailey Sutton are also facilitating and speaking at the program.

About McMillan’s Construction and Infrastructure Group

McMillan’s Chambers-ranked Construction Group is one of the most highly regarded and acknowledged law teams in Canada. Lawyers in the group employ a problem-solving approach that integrates both barrister and solicitor side thinking to yield more creative, comprehensive, and practical solutions to client challenges — whether on transactions, through dispute resolution processes, or otherwise managing risk. Whatever the challenge, our client teams help assess the situation at hand with judgement and advice informed by our long established and deep involvement in Canada’s construction industry.


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