Naheed Bardai practices in the areas of Commercial Litigation, Construction and Condominium Law. He has represented clients on construction disputes, contract claims, shareholder disputes, professional liability claims, tort claims, insurance matters and claims for breach of fiduciary duty.
Naheed routinely acts on behalf of mines, railways, property owners, condominiums, builders, businesses, individuals, general contractors and insurers. He has appeared and conducted trials before courts in Saskatchewan, Ontario and Alberta.
•Habitat for Humanity - Volunteer
•Saskatchewan Trial Lawyers Association - Past-President and Director
•Canadian Condominium Institute (Northern Saskatchewan) - Past-President and Director
•Junior Achievement Saskatchewan - Director (2007-2013)
•Ismaili Counsel for the Prairies - Vice-Chair of Legal Affairs
•United Way Saskatoon Professions Division - Volunteer
•Ontario Bar Association Young Lawyers Division (Ottawa) - Former Chair (2004)
Papers & Presentations
•Collegiality Alive and Well in Saskatoon,The Saskatchewan Advocate, December 2013.
•Disclosure Obligations Pursuant to the new Rules of Court,Saskatchewan Trial Lawyers Association Conference(2013).
•Chambers Advocacy,Saskatchewan Trial Lawyers Association(2013).
•Fiduciary Duties of Boards,Canadian Condominium Institute Spring Conference- Presenter (2012).
•Queen's Bench Rules Seminar,Saskatchewan Trial Lawyers Association Conference- Co-Chair (2011).
•Condominium Law Issues, with Ashley Smith,CBA Saskatchewan Mid-Winter Meeting(2010).
•What Do I Need to Know When Buying a Condo?, Condo Voice Magazine, May 2010.
•Consent, Capacity and Record Keeping, Saskatchewan Paediatric Residents' Conference (2010).
•Planning for Success: Critical Steps in the Litigation Process, Saskatchewan Trial Lawyers Association Conference (Co-Chair, May 2010).
•How Does the Limitations Act Affect Possible Amendments to Pleadings?,The Saskatchewan Advocate, September 2008, Volume 10, Issue 3.
•Who Pays After Damage?,Condo Voice Magazine, November 2008.
•Saskatchewan's New Limitations Act (February, 2005).
Tuesday Feb 4th 2014
Better Late Than Never? Registration and Enforcement of Expired Builders' Liens in Saskatchewan