- Commercial Litigation
- Construction and Engineering Services
- Fraud Investigation Recovery and Enforcement
|University ||University of Western Ontario, B'ESc., Civil/Environmental Engineering, 2007|
|Law School||Osgoode Hall Law School, J.D., 2012|
•Member, Law Society of Upper Canada
•Member, Canadian Bar Association (Ontario)
•Member, The Advocates' Society
Aaron articled with Blaney McMurtry and upon his Call to the Bar in 2013, returned to practice in the Firm's Commercial Litigation group.
Aaron received his J.D. from Osgoode Hall Law School where he focused mainly on business oriented courses and received several awards for academic excellence. Aaron represented Osgoode Hall at the Vis Moot, an International Commercial Arbitration Competition held in Hong Kong, and placed fifth amidst a field of 90 international teams.
Prior to attending law school, Aaron studied civil engineering at the University of Western Ontario and practiced at a structural engineering consulting firm overseeing the design, analysis and construction of buildings and other structures. In addition to general commercial disputes, Aaron is interested in the many legal issues surrounding the construction industry, engineers and architects.
Aaron serves on the Board of Directors as well as the strategic planning committee of Camp Gesher, a non-profit Jewish summer camp.
Selected Publications & Presentations
•December 17-18, 2013, co-presented with Janet Bobechko, Regulatory Framework for Green Buildings: Municipal & Provincial, at the 10th Green Buildings course hosted by Federated Press
Related News & Seminars
• Janet Bobechko and Aaron Grossman to Speak at Green Buildings Course
• Cash or Credit? - Posting Security for Liens post-Stuart Olson
• Written in Stone? The Supreme Court of Canada Solidifies the Use of the Factual Matrix in Contract Interpretation Cases
• Supreme Court Refines Ontario Litigation Rules: Aims for Lower Costs, More Accessible Civil Justice
|Reported Cases||Representative Work: Engineers Canada/Engenieurs Canada v. MMI-IPCO, LLC. Trade-Marks Opposition Board, Canadian Intellectual Property Office (July 9, 2015). Decision of the Federal Court arising from an appeal from the Trademarks Opposition Board, which held that POLARTEC ECO-ENGINEERING was registrable. Appellant sought a decision from the Federal Court that to overturn the Board's decision. The respondent withdrew the application and succeeded on the issue of mootness.|
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Cash or Credit? - Posting Security for Liens post-Stuart Olson
Aaron Grossman,Chad Kopach, December 7, 2015
The Supreme Court’s decision in Stuart Olson Dominion Construction Ltd. v. Structal Heavy Steel, 2015 SCC 43 (“Stuart Olson”) addresses the interplay between the two Construction Lien Actremedies available to an unpaid supplier on a construction project: the claim for lien and the...
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