Richard MacGregor's practice focuses on construction and commercial litigation, involving a broad range of disputes including construction liens, deficiencies, breach of contract, shareholder oppression remedies and commercial lease disputes. Given the nature of these disputes, Richard focuses on prompt and real-time legal advice for his clients and ensures his clients' interests are upheld. Richard embraces a philosophy that obtaining early and timely legal advice is paramount to resolving disputes efficiently.

Richard’s practice focuses on the following areas:

Commercial Litigation: breach of contract, breach of warranty, commercial leases, shareholder oppression remedies, professional negligence, commercial general liability claims;

Construction Litigation: construction lien actions, deficiency claims, tarion warranty claims, breach of trust actions, performance bond claims, and labour and material bond claims

Condominium Litigation: first year deficit disputes, deficiency disputes, shared facilities disputes, management negligence claims.

Richard has spoken at conferences including his recent lecture at the 24th Annual Provincial/Municipal Government Liability Conference where he spoke about his involvement in the successful defence of a complex police negligence claim in Painter v. Richardson, 2017 ONSC 5603.

Prior to joining Miller Thomson LLP, Richard practiced at a full service law firm in Hamilton, Ontario wherein he had a practice focused on construction and commercial litigation and where he represented businesses, developers, builders and contractors throughout the GTA.

Richard is a long standing supporter of CARE Canada, and has been an active Umpire in minor baseball leagues throughout southwestern Ontario.