Neeta Sandhu’s practice focuses on construction law and commercial litigation.
She represents individuals and businesses, ranging from family-owned businesses to multinational corporations, with a focus on those in the construction industry, including contractors, suppliers, owners and mortgagees.
Her legal advice and representation on a wide variety of construction-related and commercial matters, includes acting for clients in the preservation and enforcement of liens, breach of trust claims and contract disputes. She also provides advice on general issues encountered by those in the construction industry, including collections.
When it comes to construction disputes, Neeta applies the remedies available under the Construction Act in a creative and thoughtful manner to develop strategies that champion her clients’ case at court or through alternative dispute resolution.
Neeta appears regularly before all Ontario courts, including the Superior Court of Justice and the Ontario Court of Appeal. She also represents clients through various forms of alternative dispute resolution, including mediations and arbitrations.
- Commercial Litigation,
- Bond Claims,
- Construction Disputes,
- Construction Litigation,
- Creditor Remedies,
- Deficiency Claims,
- Delay and Loss of Productivity Claims,
- Drafting and Negotiating Construction Contracts,
- Lien Claims,
- Mediation, Arbitration, Adjudication and Litigation of Construction Disputes,
- Product Liability and Construction Materials-Related Claims,
- Trust Claims
BBA (Hons.), York University, Schulich School of Business (2011)
J.D., University of Windsor (2015)
J.D., University of Detroit, Mercy School of Law (2015)
Called to the Ontario Bar, 2016
- Member-at-Large, Ontario Bar Association, Construction and Infrastructure Law Section Executive
- Member, Ontario Bar Association
- Member, Peel Law Association
- Argued several motions before court in matters relating to declaring liens expired, striking pleadings, and judgment for breach of trust pursuant to the trust provisions of the Construction Act.
- Successfully obtained judgment for a product manufacturer for unpaid invoices where the defendant claimed the product was defective.