Representative Client Work
- At paragraph 110 of Kawartha Lakes (City) v. Grills, 2021 ONSC 2229, a decision where our client was awarded substantial indemnity costs at the full rate requested while finding an environmental polluter in contempt of Court, the Judge noted that “Counsel for the Applicants were prepared, competent, and highly skilled litigators….All in all, the Applicant was extremely well represented by careful and competent counsel who acted with great professionalism…”
Divisional Court grants appeal enforcing settlement against a Plaintiff in an Ontario Building Code action: Reid v. Bracebridge (Town) 2021 ONSC 791.
In Onley v. Whitby, which was upheld on appeal (2020) ONCA 774 with leave denied by the Supreme Court of Canada, 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.
Counsel for the City of Toronto in the successful defence of a sidewalk slip and fall action: Swani v. City of Toronto, 2018 ONSC 7804.
Second-chair on 3-week jury trial defending police against allegations of abuse of authority, conspiracy and Charter violations. Court denied costs to Plaintiff as he only recovered nominal award from jury: Renwick v. Durham Regional Police Service.
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: Levshtein v. National Car Rental.
- Successfully extricated a personally named corporate director on summary judgment motion despite allegations of bad faith and fraud: Density Group v. HK Hotels, 2012 ONSC 3294.
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