Rob’s practice involves various aspects of commercial real estate acquisition, sale, financing and joint ventures, with a particular emphasis on land development.
Rob represents private and public company developers (both Canadian and U.S. based), REITs, equity and opportunity fund lenders and financial institutions. His clients include developers of condominium (including fractional) subdivision and co-ownership projects, healthcare facilities and hotels. Rob also acts as counsel to both borrowers and lenders in connection with mezzanine, construction and permanent financing transactions, as well as purchasers and vendors of development lands, retirement residences, nursing homes, office towers, apartment buildings, shopping malls, commercial/industrial buildings, hotels/motels and mortgage portfolios.
Obtained his B.A. from York University in 1979 and earned his LL.B. from Osgoode Hall Law School in 1982.
Year of Call
Called to the Bar in Ontario in 1984.
Professional and Community Affiliations
- Has lectured and written on real estate-related topics for the Canadian Bar Association (Ontario), the Law Society of Upper Canada and The Canadian Institute.
- Past instructor in the Real Estate Section of the Bar Admission Course.
- Written articles on condominium-related topics for numerous publications.