Craig’s practice is focused on commercial, construction, professional liability and insurance, which sees him acting as counsel for design professionals, construction managers, owners, contractors and their insurers in all manner of disputes. His background as a Professional Engineer enables him to provide knowledgeable and cost-effective representation to these parties in complex technical cases. His broad commercial litigation practice includes cases involving bonding, builders liens, product liability, directors’ and officers’ liability and shareholder disputes. Craig also frequently represents insurers in coverage disputes.
He is a regular lecturer on the legal aspects of construction and the design professions at seminars for the construction industry, the design professions and professional associations.
Craig is also an adjunct professor in the Civil Engineering Department at the University of British Columbia, where he teaches a course on law for engineers and geoscientists.
Craig has been recognized by Martindale-Hubbell® as a Peer Review Rated Distinguished Attorney, ranking in the top 5% of professionals. He has also been recognized as one of Canada’s leading construction law practitioners by the Canadian Legal Lexpert® Directory.
Member, Engineers and Geoscientists British Columbia
Member, Law Societies of British Columbia and Alberta
LLB, University of British Columbia (1984)
BA.SC. (Civil Engineering) University of British Columbia (1979)