Jason J. Annibale
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Jason is a partner in McMillan's Advocacy and Dispute Resolution Group and the National Co-Chair, Construction. He represents all actors in the construction pyramid in relation to complex construction disputes and transactions, particularly within the P3 and EPC contracting spaces. Jason provides advice and representation in respect of cost overrun, delay, deficiency and other disputes in respect of underwater tunnels, biomass plants, prisons, hospitals, light rail systems, service stations, electrical power stations and other infrastructure. Through COVID-19, Jason has helped clients navigate through essential service lists, force majeure claims, delay and payment entitlements, health and safety regulations, and other complexities brought on by the pandemic. Jason is a Fellow of both the Canadian College of Construction Lawyers and the Construction Lawyers Society of America and the author of the chapter on Dispute Resolution in the seminal text by Timothy J. Murphy, Public-Private Partnerships in Canada: Law Policy and Value for Money. Jason regularly speaks and writes on managing risk and construction disputes and is the co-chair for Osgoode’s premier construction programs, including the full week Construction Law Certificate programs, the Construction Liens program, and the Construction Delay and Impact Claims program.
Jason Annibale of McMillan LLP regularly assists with dispute resolution in the construction space, representing the interests of developers, operators and financiers of construction projects in his position as co-leader of the firm's construction and infrastructure group in Toronto.
"Jason listens well and asks useful probing questions to gain a full understanding. He communicates his strategy clearly and keeps the client's interests at the forefront." " Jason is a very strong commercial lawyer. He knows the business he operates in and is very practical in his advice."