Jeremy Rankin is a skilled commercial litigation lawyer with a growing practice focused on construction law. He assists owners and contractors in resolving commercial, cost and delay claims, through both litigation and arbitration.
With a broad range of experience, Jeremy draws on expertise in real property and leasing disputes, jurisdictional challenges, public-private partnership disputes and matters relating to product liability. He has also been involved in Ministry of Labour investigations, enforcement of domestic and foreign judgments, injunctions, and shareholder disputes.
Jeremy has represented clients before the Ontario Superior Court, arbitration tribunals and the Committee of Adjustment.
A concise summary of Ontario's new excess soil regulation (O.Reg 406/19) and key takeaways for affected parties.
Can You Register A Builders Lien For Pre-Construction Services on a Cancelled Project? – Case Comment: Shelly Morris Business Services Ltd v Syncor Solutions Limited
How each Province is managing the impact of COVID-19 by restricting construction activities, suspending litigation time periods and recommending H&S practices
The emergency provision which had the unintended effect of preventing release of construction holdbacks is being reversed.
Best practices for construction project management during the COVID-19 pandemic, and other force majeure circumstances.
Contractual clauses, Permits & Inspections, Health & Safety, Labour, Litigation, Arbitration & Court Procedures,
Limitation Periods, Liens & Holdbacks
This webinar will unpack and address the impacts of COVID-19 on the construction industry and how these impacts can be best managed.
Where defendants play even a small part in delaying an action from getting to trial, courts may be hesitant to dismiss a plaintiff's action for delay
Lost in Transition - Working through the Silence Surrounding Leasehold Interests in the Construction Act's Transition Provisions
Limitation periods will not run where a party assures another it will fix the problem between them, and that party reasonably relies on that assurance.
The Ontario Government is proposing significant changes to the Class Proceedings Act that will address problems faced by parties over the last 30 years.
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
Ontario Government Proposes Some "Strong" Changes to Workplace Laws
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