Jeremiah KoppAssociate, Litigation & Dispute Resolution
Ottawa 613.691.6134 email@example.com
Expertise Construction & Infrastructure Corporate Commercial Litigation Government & Public Policy Litigation & Dispute Resolution
Jeremiah Kopp has a broad litigation and dispute resolution practice with a focus on construction and infrastructure, government and public policy, and corporate commercial litigation. He is a committed advocate who sets himself apart through his industry-specific knowledge, attention to client needs, and dedication to finding legal solutions for business problems.
As part of his practice, Jeremiah represents owners, contractors, and consultants in disputes concerning commercial, cost, delay, and lien claims in both litigation and arbitration. He also advises clients on compliance with lobbying, integrity, and election laws on the federal, provincial, and municipal level.
Prior to his legal career, Jeremiah worked in the public sector at all levels of government and had the opportunity to represent students at a U15 university as union president. During his legal studies, Jeremiah served as co-president of the Business Law Society and was a finalist in a national mooting competition.
Jeremiah also serves as a reserve infantry officer with the Canadian Armed Forces.
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