Jordan Fletcher is an associate in the Construction Law Group where he represents the full spectrum of construction industry participants, including public and private owners, contractors, subcontractors, suppliers, design professionals and financial institutions.
In his practice, Jordan provides his clients with timely and practical advice throughout the lifecycle of a construction project, including contract drafting, review, and negotiations, terminations of contracts, litigation involving breach of contract, lien claims, deficiency claims, delay claims, breach of trust claims, and alternative dispute resolution.
Prior to joining Cassels Brock, Jordan gained valuable hands on experience as an associate in the construction group of a prominent full service law firm in Hamilton, Ontario.
Jordan has successfully argued before various administrative bodies and at all levels of court in Ontario including, the Ontario Superior Court, the Ontario Divisional Court, and the Ontario Court of Appeal.
While attending law school, Jordan summered as an in-house law student at one of Canada’s largest telecommunications companies where he assisted in all legal matters relating to that business and obtained an understanding of the legal needs of the business community.
Jordan has written for the Hamilton Spectator’s legal matters section on the area of construction law, was a guest speaker at the Canadian Condominium Institute and periodically takes on pro bono work, most recently to help establish a charity that provides agricultural education to the people of Haiti.