Representative Client Work
- In Onley v. Whitby, assisted in achieving a denial of liability in an occupiers’ liability trial where “foreseeability” of electrical shock was a central issue. Led the damages portion of the trial, where Court denied any assessment for economic losses.
- Acted as counsel for the City of Toronto in the successful defence of a sidewalk slip and fall action.
- Led the defence at a jury trial against economic loss claims brought by a Plaintiff who sustained a "hangman" (cervical) fracture, with past and future income losses assessed at under $10,000.00.
- Successfully extricated a personally named corporate director on summary judgment motion despite allegations of bad faith and fraud.
- Achieved a denial of liability in an occupiers’ liability trial where “foreseeability” of electrical shock was a central issue.
Legal Qualifications, Bar Admissions and Memberships
Barrister and Solicitor, Ontario
Education and Designations
(Hons.)B.Sc. - University of Toronto
J.D. - Osgoode Hall Law School
C.S.C. - Canadian Securities Institute