I was called to the Ontario Bar in 1989 after graduating from Queen’s Law School where I won the Reuben E. Wells Scholarship for Excellence in the study of International Human Rights. As well, I received awards in law school in the study of Contract Law and American Constitutional Law.

In 1995, I opened up my own law practice and have not looked back since.

I employ innovative, cost-effective strategies to achieve top results for clients. My “outside the box” approach to problem-solving has allowed me to overcome the North York Board of Education, City of Toronto, Office of the Children’s Lawyer, Trustees in Bankruptcy and a host of Insurance Companies.

My specialty has evolved into Family Law though I got my start as a commercial litigation lawyer.

I have succeeded in a variety of trials before the Ontario Superior Court of Justice: (Dalgleish v. Dalgleish and Jarrett v. Jarrett– Family Law;
Moxon v. Bagshaw; Kataria v. Shah 
and Profile Tile v. Novacrete – Commercial Litigation.  These are all reported decisions). I have also succeeded numerous times at the Ontario Court of Appeal (Bossin v. Bossin; Myshrall v. City of Toronto and Moxon v. Bagwell). I have been interviewed by CFRB radio, the Globe and Mail, the Toronto Star and The Ontario Lawyer’s Weekly concerning my successful appeal in the Myshrall case because I changed the law in relation to prosecuting actions against the City of Toronto.  That case went all the way to the Supreme Court of Canada.

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