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Ottawa Construction Association

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Highlights and Implications of the Recent Construction (Lien) Act Changes...

Presented by: Keith MacLaren & Bryce Dillon of Perley-Robertson, Hill & McDougall LLP

Hot Breakfast to include: Scrambled Eggs, Bacon, Sausage, Home Fries


About the Presentation:

Bryce and Keith will discuss the recent changes to the Construction (Lien) Act, including changes related to lien timelines, holdbacks, trust funds, prompt payment, and interim adjudication. They will also outline what this means for individuals and companies involved in construction, how disputes will be resolved, pitfalls to avoid, and strategies on how manage the changes

About the Presenters:

Keith MacLaren


With 35 years of experience, Keith MacLaren practices primarily in the areas of commercial and construction law. Because of that experience, he has been successfully resolving the majority of disputes brought to him. Those disputes which do proceed to Court or arbitration are handled in an efficient and cost-effective manner.

Keith has developed valuable expertise in domestic and cross-border arbitrations. In recent years, Keith has encouraged litigants to refer their disputes to confidential binding arbitration, thereby saving his clients time and hard-earned money. Arbitration has proven to be an efficient, time-sensitive and cost-effective way to settle disputes

Bryce Dillon, Associate


Bryce Dillon joined the Litigation Group at Perley-Robertson, Hill & McDougall in 2016 after successfully completing his articling and summer programs with the firm. Bryce received his J.D. from the University of Ottawa and his Master of Arts degree in International Affairs from Carleton University in 2015. During law school, he worked with the University of Ottawa Community Legal Clinic and with the Treasury Board of Canada Secretariat as a Policy Analyst.

Bryce’s background includes acting for clients in multiple areas of law, including civil litigation and family law. He has attended and represented clients in various courts of law, including the Superior Court of Justice.

Bryce is approachable and down-to-earth. Clients appreciate his strong work ethic and fairness when reaching favorable resolutions. Bryce is a tremendous asset to the firm and the Litigation Group

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