Megan Mackey is an experienced litigation lawyer in condominium and commercial matters. She has been involved in a number of precedent-setting condominium cases and is a leader in condominium litigation matters. Megan focuses on achieving results for her clients and excels at customer service.
Megan provides strategic advice and assistance to clients involved with condominium and commercial disputes. She has advised condominium corporations, unit owners, and developers regarding condominium matters. Megan also acts for insurers, corporate clients, and individuals in both condominium and commercial lawsuits.
Megan provides pragmatic advice and counsel in a number of areas:
Enforcement: helping condominium corporations and unit owners to enforce compliance with requirements of the Condominium Act, declarations, bylaws, and rules as well as obligations under shared facilities and reciprocal agreements
Construction deficiency claims: prosecuting and defending construction deficiency claims, advising clients with respect to conciliation and settlement of claims under Tarion’s New Home Warranty Program, and resolving contract disputes
Insurance issues: defending insured claims and providing coverage advice relating to condominium insurance and other matters
Collection matters: enforcing collection of common expenses and other debts through lien enforcement and claims in the Superior Court of Justice
In her practice, Megan regularly appears in the Superior Court of Justice and before mediators and arbitrators. She has both trial and appellate experience and has appeared at all levels of court, including the Supreme Court of Canada.
Megan writes and speaks on legal developments in the condominium area. She has authored a number of articles for leading condominium publications and has been invited to speak to industry groups such as the Association of Condominium Managers of Ontario, the Canadian Condominium Institute, and the real estate section of the Ontario Bar Association.
Megan is a member of the Canadian Condominium Institute, the Association of Condominium Managers of Ontario, The Advocates’ Society, and the Girl Guides of Canada.