Adam is an experienced litigator with a broad advocacy background. His practice consists primarily of construction law matters and litigation, real estate litigation, and insurance coverage and defence work.
Construction law issues and disputes for which Adam provides advice and representation include: construction deficiency claims; construction liens and matters related to the Ontario Construction Lien Act; procurement issues – tenders, bids, RFPs and RFPQs; contract disputes (i.e. delay claims, default and terminations, warranty claims, and claims for change orders and extras); and contractual risk management.
In addition to his construction law practice, Adam also carries on a busy practice advising insurers on coverage issues and defending coverage claims; defending insured third party claims; assisting clients with real property disputes; and pursuing and defending varied contractual and tort claims. Adam’s insurance practice includes property and casualty insurance and title insurance and he acts for insurers in both of these areas.
Adam was born and raised in Kitchener-Waterloo and, in 2008, following a 15 year stint in B.C. and Alberta, found his way back home. Prior to joining Robson Carpenter LLP, Adam practiced law at a large regional firm in Vancouver and the Kitchener-Waterloo office of a national firm.
In addition to being a litigation lawyer at Robson Carpenter LLP, Adam is a Dad, a foodie and cook, a coffee addict, an occasional fisherman, a blogger (Adam Zasada’s Ontario Construction Law and Litigation Blog), an aspiring cottager, and a handful of other things.
University of British Columbia, BA, 1997
University of Alberta, LLB, 2001
Law Society of British Columbia, 2002
Law Society of Upper Canada, 2008
Canadian Bar Association
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