Norton Rose Fulbright Canada LLP
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Josh Sadovnick practises primarily commercial litigation with an emphasis on construction disputes arising out of both insured and uninsured claims. He regularly represents owners, developers, general contractors, subcontractors and suppliers.
Mr. Sadovnick has acted as counsel in commercial disputes on a variety of complex claims, including general commercial and construction disputes, deficiency claims, construction failures (including fires, collapses and other catastrophic events), errors and omissions claims, cost overruns, delay claims, liens, and surety bonds. In addition, he regularly represents employers in wrongful dismissal and other employment litigation matters.
Mr. Sadovnick has represented clients in the courts of British Columbia, Alberta and Saskatchewan and is a member of both the British Columbia and Alberta law societies.
LL.B., University of British Columbia, 2004
B.A., University of British Columbia, 2000
- British Columbia 2005
- Alberta 2006
- “Removing, adding or substituting a party after judgment or a final order: Can it be done, and when?” (co-author), 65 The Advocate 173, May 2007.
- “Notice extension for bad faith dismissal: a remedy divorced from the wrong” (co-author), 110 The Verdict 52, October 2006.
- “Rule 68,” The British Columbia Paralegal Association Newsletter, 2005.
- “Investigations to Support Just Cause Dismissals - Best Practices and Common Pitfalls.”
- Canadian Bar Association
- Law Society of Alberta
- SHARP Foundation
- Camp Hatikvah Foundation
Notice of labour and material payment bonds: Supreme Court says to do something more than nothing (sometimes)
Publication | February 2018
Labour and material payment bonds on the docket at the Supreme Court: new obligations may be coming for owners and contractors
Publication | January 2018