John D. Stefaniuk and Jonathan M. Woolley Recognized as Leading Lawyers in the Lexpert Special Edition: Infrastructure 2022

published 06/20/2022

Congratulations to TDS lawyers John D. Stefaniuk and Jonathan M. Woolley for their recent recognition as Lexpert-ranked infrastructure lawyers.

John D. Stefaniuk engages in a broad practice with emphasis on environmental law, real estate and development law, natural resources and energy, commercial law and municipal law matters. He has particular experience in relation to contaminated sites, mining and mine rehabilitation, wind power development, natural resource development, environmental approvals and licensing, commercial real estate, leasing, financing and development, municipal approvals, taxation and assessment and business acquisitions.

Jonathan M. Woolley's practice is focused primarily on construction law and civil litigation, and he currently provides advice to owners, architects, engineers, general contractors, subcontractors and suppliers in all aspects of construction law.

The Lexpert Special Edition: Infrastructure 2022 focuses on the post-pandemic and continued uncertainty in the industry, and the innovation and technology that continues to evolve around it. It includes information on the progress on country-wide access of broadband, infrastructure deal highlights and new procurement models in infrastructure.


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