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Bruce Reynolds is co-managing partner and co-chair of the firm’s international construction projects group. He specialises in the resolution of construction and insurance claims, liens, surety bond claims, product liability issues, and architects’ and engineers’ errors and omissions issues. He advises clients on construction projects in Canada, the United States and overseas. In addition to his practice, he also acts as a mediator, arbitrator and facilitator helping to resolve construction industry disputes.
With his colleague Sharon Vogel, Bruce played a significant role in helping the Ontario government modernise the province’s construction law and helped to shape the Construction Act. Among the changes to the legislation are the creation of a prompt payment regime and the introduction of a mandatory interim binding dispute resolution system. He was also retained as counsel by the federal government of Canada to assist in the introduction of new legislation on prompt payment and adjudication, co-authoring the independent expert report ‘Building a Federal Framework for Prompt Payment and Adjudication’.
He is a fellow of both the Canadian and American Colleges of Construction Lawyers, and past co-chair of the International Construction Projects Committee of the International Bar Association.
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