Todd Robinson is an associate in Blaney McMurtry's Commercial Litigation Group, and is a member of the Architectural/Construction/Engineering Services (ACES) Group.
Todd has a broad commercial litigation practice, primarily including creditor-debtor disputes, construction lien matters, trust claims, construction-related municipal defence, real estate litigation (including mortgage enforcement and lease disputes), and personal property disputes (including leasing and lien priority disputes). Todd also has experience in professional negligence matters, occupiers liability, environmental contamination, and various other types of negligence claims.
He has acted for clients in the construction industry, including owners, general contractors, subcontractors, and material suppliers, security guard services, banks, leasing and financing companies, municipalities, public institutions and individuals.
Todd has argued matters in the Ontario Superior Court of Justice in courtrooms throughout Ontario, including Toronto, Brampton, Whitby, Peterborough, Owen Sound, and Barrie.
Todd obtained his LL.B. from Dalhousie Law School in Halifax, Nova Scotia and his B.A. (Spec. Hons.) in English at York University. Todd worked for a term at the Dalhousie Legal Aid Service (DLAS), the oldest clinical law program in Canada, assisting with and arguing poverty, family and youth criminal law matters before courts and tribunals as well as aiding in various community development and education services undertaken by DLAS.