My name is Adam Zasada and I’m a litigation lawyer with Robson Carpenter LLP. Our firm is located in the Village of Ayr, just South of the 401, only a few minutes from Kitchener, Waterloo, Cambridge, and Brantford. We’re also less than an hour from Toronto, Hamilton, and London.
Robson Carpenter LLP is a “boutique” law firm, primarily serving the legal needs of those in businesses involving land development (subdivision and condominium), real estate, and construction. Please click here to visit our firm’s website.
In more than a decade practicing law, I’ve developed a broad advocacy background with my primary area of practice being construction law and litigation. However, I also regularly act for clients in matters involving insurance coverage and defence, real estate litigation, general contractual disputes, and tort claims. The following is a small representative sampling of some of the work that I’ve done over the years:
- Represented numerous strata (condominium) corporations in lawsuits against the consultants and constructors responsible for the design and construction of “leaky condos” in B.C.;
- Represented a wall cladding system manufacturer in a product liability claim arising from alleged deficiencies in the system;
- Successfully defended a university at trial in a negligence claim arising from the towing of a vehicle on university property;
- Successfully defended an insurer at trial based on a “work tools” exclusion in its policy;
- Obtained a favourable settlement for a university in a claim against a surety arising from deviations from the rigorous specifications for an outdoor artificial turf field hockey pitch;
- Represented a contractor in a $10M+ fire spread claim arising from a fire at a blueberry processing facility in Pitt Meadows, B.C.;
- Assisted the owners of 46 properties in the B.C. interior settle claims and clear title when their contractor sought bankruptcy protection and subcontractors registered numerous builders’ liens against title to their homes/cottages;
- Obtained a summary judgment dismissing a lawsuit against a contractor that repaired equipment at an Ontario Power Generation power station;
- Obtained a summary judgment dismissing a claim of priority by a mortgagee against another mortgagee on the basis of a registered postponement.