Litigation services encompass a broad range of matters including, but not limited to:
- contract disputes
- negligence claims
- financial tort claims
- fraud and misrepresentation actions
- debt recovery
- construction trust matters
- employment related actions
- shareholder disputes
- property-related litigation
- real estate litigation
- neighbour disputes
Our goal in litigation is to represent our clients’ interests to the best of our ability and to achieve just outcomes to civil disputes. In pursuing these ends, we employ a system which aims to constantly utilize all levels of firm resources in a sort of symphony designed to perpetually advance matters toward their ultimate end. We have mapped out the typical litigation scenario and have created a step-by-step system designed to move your matter forward using the most appropriate litigation professional for the litigation step at hand.
What does this mean to you? It means that we are seeking to spend your litigation dollar most efficiently. Your matter is handled by legal professionals of varying levels of experience and therefore at varying costs to you. Where a law clerk or junior lawyer is able to undertake tasks on your behalf, you pay for a law clerk or a junior lawyer to do so. Where the expertise of a senior lawyer is required, that is who will be focussing on that aspect of your matter. In this way, we seek to maximize efficiency and seek to be able to move your matter forward while limiting unnecessary or excessive expense.
At each stage of the litigation process we will keep you apprised of the latest happenings and the issues involved in the advancement of your case. We seek to keep clients engaged in the litigation process in order to achieve the best results possible. Nobody will ever understand the facts associated with your case better than you, the person who lived the experiences that give rise to the matter. As such, your input and involvement throughout the litigation process is crucial to your success.
Honesty, Integrity, Results. Our core principles are very much a part of our approach to each litigation matter that we undertake.