Cameron is a Partner with Harper Grey and chair of our Construction & Engineering Law Group. Cameron’s civil litigation practice is diverse, spanning the areas of health law, construction, commercial litigation, and real estate disputes.
In his health law practice, Cameron has many years of experience assisting, advising and defending physicians in medical malpractice claims and in matters relating to professional and ethical conduct.
Cameron’s construction law practice is primarily focused on defending engineers and architects against error and omissions claims, and advising on risk management, including contracts, insurance, and pre-litigation dispute resolution.
He has many years’ experience defending and prosecuting construction defect and delay claims relating to public infrastructure, and residential and commercial developments. He acts for consultants, owners, and contractors. He has particular expertise dealing with geotechnical claims arising out of erosion, differential settlement, landslides, and drainage.
Cameron advises owners, general contractors, and consultants on commercial and real estate disputes involving CPLs, builder’s liens, easements, restrictive covenants, purchase and sale disputes, and strata disputes.
Cameron has appeared in all levels of BC courts.
Cameron grew up in Halifax, Nova Scotia and obtained an undergraduate degree in Biology and International Development from Dalhousie University.
Recognized as a "Leading Lawyer" in the area of Product Liability Law by Best Lawyers® in Canada, 2022
Recognized as a "Leading Lawyer" in the area of Corporate and Commercial Law by Best Lawyers® in Canada, 2020-2021
Recognized as a "Leading Lawyer" in the area of Construction Law by Best Lawyers® in Canada, 2020-2022
Rated as a "Leading Practitioner" in the area of Construction Law by Canadian Legal Lexpert Directory®, 2022
Rising Stars - Leading Lawyers Under 40 award recipient, Lexpert®, 2018
Recognized as a “Local Litigation Star” in the area of Construction Law by Benchmark Canada®, 2020, 2022
40 and Under Hot List - Leading Lawyers Under 40 award recipient, Benchmark Canada®, 2018
Recognized as a “Future Star” in British Columbia by Benchmark Canada®, 2018-2021
Recognized as a "Leading Lawyer to Watch" in Construction Law by Canadian Legal Lexpert Directory®, 2019
Construction and Engineering Law
- Defending engineers and architects against breach of contract and negligence claims arising out of their provision of professional services
- Assisting owners and contractors with disputes over payment and/or deficiency claims
- Providing advice on contractual and insurance issues
- Drafting, filing or disputing certificates pending litigation
- Assisting clients with constructive trust claims
- Assisting clients with disputes over surveys, restrictive covenants, and nuisance issues
- Assisting clients with disputes arising out of the purchase and sale of property
- Shareholder disputes including oppression remedies
- Breach of contract claims
- Enforcement of judgments and equitable tracing
- Lawyer fee disputes
- Assisting, advising and defending physicians in medical malpractice claims
- Assisting physicians with hospital privileges and contract disputes with provincial health authorities
- Assisting physicians with issues of professional and ethical conduct
- University of Victoria, LL.B., 2005
- Dalhousie University, B.Sc., 2000
- British Columbia, 2007
- Chair, Harper Grey Construction & Engineering Law Group
- Associate Chair, Harper Grey Health Law Group
- Mentor, Harper Grey Mentoring Program
- Contributing Author, LexisNexis® Harper Grey Insurance Law Netletter™
- Contributing Author, Harper Grey Canadian Insurance Law Blog
- Contributing Author, Harper Grey Insurance Law Update Newsletter
- Contributing Author, Contemporary Canadian Insurance Law Casebook, 2015, Published by LexisNexis® Canada
- Past Pro Bono Volunteer, Access Justice Legal Clinic
- Member, The Law Society of British Columbia
- Member, Canadian Bar Association, BC Branch Subsections:
- Real Property Subsection
- Past Member, Urban Land Institute