Bryce Dillon

Associate, Head of Construction Law Group

Bryce Dillon joined the Litigation Group at Perley-Robertson, Hill & McDougall in 2016 after articling with the firm. In 2015, Bryce received a Juris Doctor (J.D.) from the University of Ottawa and Master of Arts (M.A.) in International Affairs from Carleton University.

Bryce practices primarily in construction litigation/arbitration, on files involving a range of parties, including owners, developers, municipalities, general contractors, subcontractors, suppliers, consultants, engineers, and architects. He is experienced in disputes of varying complexity, involving liens, breaches of trust, delay and impact claims, deficiencies, labour and material bonds, performance bonds, errors and omissions, priority disputes, new home warranties, and public-private partnerships. Bryce also regularly advises construction companies in contract drafting, negotiation, and risk management.

Outside of construction law, Bryce has expertise in commercial litigation, mortgage enforcement, real estate disputes, lease disputes, creditor and debtor law, and bankruptcy and insolvency. He is regularly called upon to give presentations on various topics, including contracts, civil litigation, insolvency, construction liens, prompt payment, and adjudication.

Bryce sits on the Property Standards and License Appeals Committee (PSLAC), an administrative tribunal that hears appeals involving a broad range of issues legislated by the Building Code Act, Property Standards By-Law, Licensing By-Law, and Vehicle for Hire By-Law.

Bryce is approachable and down-to-earth. Clients appreciate his strong work ethic when reaching favorable resolutions. He is a tremendous asset to the Litigation and Construction Law Groups.

  • Called to the Ontario Bar, 2016
  • J.D., University of Ottawa (Cum Laude), 2015
  • M.A., International Affairs, Carleton University, Norman Paterson School of International Affairs (N.P.S.I.A.), 2015
  • H.B.Soc.Sc., University of Ottawa (Magna Cum Laude), 2011
  • Ontario College Diploma (O.C.D.), Police Foundations, 2008
  • County of Carleton Law Association
  • Law Society of Upper Canada
  • Canadian Bar Association
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