Dispute Resolution

Construction Litigation

In construction litigation, Boughton Law’s expertise in providing creative, cost-effective solutions can help you get back on track with your construction project.

Even with the best plans, construction projects can result in legal disputes. With tight timelines and many moving parts, it’s important to resolve these issues quickly and in a cost-effective manner. Boughton Law’s Construction Litigation Practice Group advises owners, developers, and contractors in construction disputes such as lien claims, breaches of contract, negligence actions, and claims against architects and engineers. We specialize in both prosecuting and defending “leaky condo” claims.

Boughton Law is a part of Meritas®, a global alliance of independent, full service law firms. With access to firms operating in over 230 markets worldwide, we can draw upon the expertise of trusted foreign legal advisors and even provide referrals if needed.

  • Representative Transactions

    The Owners of Strata Plan VR2540 v. Redden & Associates Management Ltd., BCSC S030328.
    Counsel for a strata corporation which is, to the best of our knowledge, one of the largest damage claims arising out of multi-residential high rise building envelope failure claims in the province.
    Boughton Law Contact: Jim M. Coady

    Coast Foundation v. Currie, BCSC 1781.
    Lead counsel for the British Columbia Housing Management Commission prosecuting claims on approximately 100 multi-residential “leaky condo” buildings involving defective building envelopes. This complex construction litigation involves multiple defendants in each action. In that role, provided initial strategy for the proceedings and subsequently supervised the seven-lawyer team prosecuting the actions.
    Boughton Law Contact: Jim M. Coady