Daniel Waldman, a lawyer with Dickinson Wright who has a specialty in the real estate sector, joins host Chad Griffiths.
Some of the topics they discuss are:
- Critical property-level due diligence;
- The legal work that happens behind the scenes;
- Should bad deals be killed?
The interview was conducted live, so comments and questions from participants will appear in the chat window.
Waldman has a broad commercial litigation practice with an emphasis on real property litigation, including commercial leasing, commercial real estate, construction law and debt collection. His clients include some of Canada’s most prominent commercial landlords, international developers, multi0million-dollar real estate investment trusts and construction companies.
Focusing on high-level real property litigation, his main areas of expertise include real property disputes involving the purchase and sale of large commercial property and commercial lease disputes.
He regularly appears before all levels of court and various administrative tribunals. He has acted as counsel in many mediations, arbitrations, and negotiated settlements, recognizing that the best resolution often involves creative and practical solutions.
Recognized by Lexology as a legal influencer for his thought leadership in dispute resolution in Canada, Waldman is a frequent contributor to Law Times, Canadian Lawyer Magazine, Precedent Magazine, and The Advocates Journal. He publishes a regular column on RENX.ca called The Property Law Hub, where he writes about developments in real estate law and litigation.
Waldman is a member of the board of directors of the Peel Law Association and editor-in-chief of their Peel Briefs.