Tim is an accomplished litigator whose work spans two of Reynolds Mirth’s key practice areas: construction law and civil litigation.
He regularly represents parties at all levels of Alberta’s courts in commercial disputes. In the construction industry, he represents clients in negotiating and preparing construction contracts, bonding issues, delay claims, builders’ liens, and other project-related disputes. Since 2009, Tim is also a sessional instructor on Construction Law at the University of Alberta Faculty of Law and is the Co-Chair for the Certificate in Construction Law (Western) at Osgoode Law School. Over the last several years he has been involved in both negotiating the contracts and handling the disputes for some of North America’s largest mega-projects.
Tim is also an instructor and Team Leader with the Legal Education Society of Alberta on Intensive Trial Advocacy since 2003.
Tim began his articles with the Alberta Court of Appeal before completing them with another regional firm. He joined RMRF in 2002 and joined the Partnership in 2003.
University of Alberta, B.A. (with First Class Honours)
University of Alberta, LL.B.