Renn M. Moodley
Renn Moodley practices in the area of civil litigation with a particular emphasis on Construction/Infrastructure law and commercial litigation. Renn acts for institutional clients, Owners, and Contractors in disputes arising from construction projects involving claims for breach of contract, delays, deficiencies, and builders’ liens. Renn has represented clients in significant multi-party litigation involving major construction projects in Alberta. He also practices and has substantial experience in the areas of employment law and debt recovery.
Renn was admitted to the Alberta bar in 2004 after earning his B.A. with Distinction (1999) and his LL.B (2003) from the University of Alberta and has been a partner at Witten LLP since 2012. Renn has represented clients at all levels of Court in Alberta and has had extensive involvement in Arbitrations.
As a compliment to his civil litigation practice, Renn has presented at numerous seminars in connection with construction law matters for the Canadian Bar Association and the Legal Education Society of Alberta.
Recently, Renn has been carefully reviewing Bill 37, which contains several significant changes to Builders’ Lien Act, renamed under Bill 37 to the Prompt Payment and Construction Lien Act. Bill 37 will likely pass in early to mid 2021 and will take effect on proclamation. Renn is providing informational seminars to clients and lawyers to prepare them for the major changes expected to occur in the construction industry in Alberta.