Energy and construction
Horia Bundaru acts for large corporations and financial institutions in complex legal disputes, primarily in commercial law, construction law and energy law.
Mr. Bundaru has pleaded before the Quebec courts, the Federal Court of Canada and arbitration boards. He is president of the Canadian Bar Association, Quebec branch, and sits on the executive committee of its construction law section. He is a very active member of the legal community, including the Bar of Montreal, where he chaired the Salon visez droit committee.
Mr. Bundaru has an in-depth knowledge of the legal system. In addition to teaching civil procedure as part of the Quebec Bar Admission Course, he is chair of the liaison committee of the Bar of Montreal with the Court of Appeal and outgoing chair of the liaison committee with the Superior Court of Quebec in Civil Matters.
Mr. Bundaru regularly speaks at conferences and gives training, notably in construction law.
He was named one of the best speakers at the Charles-Rousseau international law moot competition in 2005 and directed the McGill University Faculty of Law moot team from 2007 to 2011. In 2011, Mr. Bundaru was named best speaker at the French public speaking contest of The Junior Bar Association of Montreal and won first place (ex aequo) at the Prix Paris-Montréal de la Francophonie.
Updated March 2022