A Common Sense Approach Isn't All That Common.

When you work with us, you’ll see that we're different. You'll be working with a firm that aims to provide you with expert, cost-competitive legal advice that is both practical and clear.

Collaboration Isn't A Buzz Word.

We are collaborative in every sense of the word.  When you hire us to represent you in any legal matter, we’ll work together; nothing is done without your consultation.  Understanding your desired outcome is paramount when identifying the path needed to obtain it. We avoid untenable arguments and do our best to identify opportunities for settlement or a change in strategy.  Keeping an eye on the economics of your dispute also allows us to keep your bill smaller than the dispute itself.

The Benefit Of A Smaller Team.

Most of our clientele have retained our services for a particular legal matter and have stayed on because of our diverse experience and ability to help them navigate a wide range of legal complexities. When one case diverges into different areas of law, other partners and associates can be called upon to offer timely and effective advice to help ensure that a successful outcome is attained.

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We think about law a lot.
Sometimes we even write it down.

October 22nd 2016

Copyright ownership issues can move in unexpected directions

Trying to figure out who owns a software copyright can be tricky – and if litigation ensues, the issue of ownership can move in unexpected directions, Toronto civi...

October 22nd 2016

Employee vs. partner decision relevant across industries

In upholding a Canadian law firm’s right to require that its equity partners retire at a certain age, the Supreme Court of Canada has clarified the need for detail...

October 22nd 2016

Case provides some clarity on cross-examinations

A recent decision by the Superior Court of Justice has brought some clarification to the scope of cross-examinations on affidavits filed for motions for summary judg...