Randall M. Rothbart was called to the Bar of Ontario in 1983 after attending Osgoode Hall Law School. He articled with Goodman and Goodman, now known as Goodmans LLP. He is a senior partner of the law firm of Solmon Rothbart Goodman LLP. He has over 26 years of experience in a wide range of commercial and civil litigation matters. A very significant portion of his practice is in the area of commercial landlord-tenant litigation and strategic solutions related thereto. Further areas of practice include real estate litigation matters, constructor liability issues, fraud claims, solicitor client issues, banking disputes, corporate and shareholders matters, partnership disputes and enforcement of foreign judgments. He represents a number of the major building owners and landlords in the greater Toronto area. He is legal counsel to the Building Owners and Managers Association (BOMA) Toronto and serving on its Board of Directors. He is the chair of the BOMA Public Relations Committee and a member of the Regulatory Affairs Committee. He has participated as a member of and legal advisor to, the National Pandemic Task Force for Building Owners and Managers which published an industry leading Pandemic Guide for Building Owners and Managers. His is the creator of LEAP (Lease Enforcement Action Plan), and has lectured to property managers for major landlords concerning lease enforcement tactics and strategies. He has also lectured for the Law Society of Upper Canada, the ICSC (International Council of Shopping Centres), BOMA and BOMEX. Recent articles he has authored are published in the latest version of Shopping Centre Leases (Haber 2009) which include “Landlord’s Waiver of its Right to Forfeiture – A Practical Guide” (Click here to read)
and “Pandemic Preparedness for Building Owners and Managers”. (Click here to read)
He has recently made successful submissions to the Ontario Energy Board (OEB) concerning Energy Retailers and their practice. (Click here to read)
He has completed an intensive mediator’s training course known as “Mediation for the Professional” situate in Washington D.C., taught by Lewis & Singer. Randall Rothbart is a member of the Canadian Bar Association and the Ontario Bar Association, and various sections included therein.