Both public and private procurements are subject to a large number of regulations, laws, and related policies. The procurement process is technical and exceptionally complex with millions of dollars often at stake. This creates an environment conducive to frequent disputes. Such disputes are best addressed by construction lawyers with the requisite experience navigating the specific regulatory framework governing the tendering and procurement process.
At Duncan, Linton LLP our construction lawyers have many years of focused experience advising clients with procurement and tendering matters, including the litigation of disputes that may arise during the process. As the oldest independent law firm in Waterloo and one of the oldest firms in Canada, we have built a reputation for excellence and success.
Our Procurement and Tendering Disputes Services
The construction lawyers in our Construction Law Group have extensive experience representing municipalities of various sizes, other public sector clients, as well as private sector clients in a diverse set of industries with procurement and tendering disputes. Our breadth of experience allows us to understand the issues from both sides of the table. This permits us to be forward-thinking and able to identify and mitigate risk early in the dispute resolution process.
We are passionate, assertive, and strategic litigators with significant experience representing clients in procurement and tendering construction law disputes. We have represented clients with bid protests and related litigation at all levels of court including the Ontario Superior Court, Divisional Court and Court of Appeal.
For Trusted Legal Guidance with Procurement and Tendering Disputes Contact Duncan, Linton LLP in Waterloo
Contact Duncan, Linton LLP for guidance on and representation with procurement and tendering disputes. We represent clients in Kitchener-Waterloo, Waterloo Region, Cambridge, and throughout Ontario. Call us at (519) 886-3340 or contact us online to speak to one of our construction lawyers.