David Dell is head of the firm’s Commercial Real Estate Practice and a member of the firm’s Infrastructure and Energy Practice. His practice focuses on commercial real estate and infrastructure and energy projects. David has a wealth of expertise in real estate joint ventures, project development and construction, lending, loan restructuring and workouts, leasing, real estate investment trusts and real property acquisitions and dispositions. David’s diverse real estate and infrastructure projects across North America and in Europe include large shopping centre, office and mixed-use commercial and recreational developments. He has specific expertise with build-to-suit arrangements. David is also experienced with construction and project management arrangements for energy and power projects.
David is a co-author of The Law of Climate Change in Canada, published by Carswell, which won the prestigious Walter Owen Book prize in 2011.
Best Lawyers' Best Lawyers in Canada—Leading lawyer in real estate law (2006-2017)
Chambers & Partners’ Chambers Canada—Leading lawyer in Canada, real estate; Ontario, real estate (2016-2017)
Chambers & Partners’ Chambers Global: World’s Leading Lawyers for Business, The Client’s Guide—Leading lawyer in real estate (2008-2016)
Lexpert/Thomson Reuters' Canadian Legal Lexpert Directory—Leading lawyer in project finance (2011-2017), property development (2012-2017) and property leasing (2016-2017)
Law Business Research’s Who’s Who Legal Canada—Leading lawyer in real estate (2013-2015)
Law Business Research's Who’s Who Legal— Leading lawyer in real estate (2013)
Practical Law Company’s Which Lawyer?—Recommended lawyer in real estate (Ontario) (2007-2012)
Legal Media Group’s Guide to the World’s Leading Real Estate Lawyers—Leading practitioner in Canada (2011)