Key Update on the New Construction Act
Author(s): Ontario Bar Asscoiation
Publication Date: April 2018
Format: shipped (hardcopy), download (PDF)


Description
The legal framework of the construction industry has undergone one of the most significant changes in the past 40 years. These changes are a result of broad stakeholder consultation within the construction industry and a comprehensive report in April 2016, entitled "Striking the Balance: Expert Review of Ontario's Construction Lien Act". This report resulted in Bill 142 - An Act to Amend the Construction Lien Act which passed into law in December 2017.

Join us as our highly experienced faculty navigate and analyze how Bill 142 became the new Construction Act. To act in the best interests of your clients, you will need to know how the changes to the Act and the new Regulations will affect your practice.

PROGRAM CHAIRS

Catherine DiMarco, Heal and Co. LLP
Courtney Kachur, Rose LLP
Andrew O'Brien, Travelers Canada

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Ontario Construction Act Overview of Changes
Marcia Oliver, Advocates LLP
Sharon Vogel, Singleton Reynolds LLP

New Prompt Payment Regime
Sandra Astolfo, WeirFoulds LLP
Glenn Grenier, McMillan LLP
Chris Moran, EllisDon

New Adjudication Regime
Stephen Morrison, Arbitrator Place

Overview of the New Regulations
Andrea Lee, Glaholt LLP
Maria Ruberto, Pallett Valo LLP

Impact of the New Construction Act: The Trust Provisions
Andrew Heal, Heal & Co LLP

Impact of the New Construction Act
Ted Betts, Gowling WLG
Andrew Heal, Heal & Co LLP
Howard Krupat, DLA Piper

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