Greg practices in all areas of condominium law. He enjoys the solicitor work as a welcome respite from the conflict of litigation. Greg was pleasantly surprised to find that he enjoyed the practical aspect of contract review and drafting, given how dry a subject it can be. Offering clients advice on the practical aspects of operating a condominium is satisfying for Greg.
Litigation and alternative dispute resolution are an inherent component of condominium law and Greg has appeared at all levels of court in Ontario, various quasi-judicial tribunal hearings and arbitrations and mediations pursuant to the Condominium Act. Tarion claims and Human Rights issues are also becoming more common challenges for condominium corporations and Greg has extensive experience in guiding our clients through both tribunals.
Greg is a father of three active boys so his free time is spent co-chauffeuring the kids from one sport to another with his wife. He loves it!
- Condominium Law
- Litigation + Dispute Resolution
- Business Law
- Real Estate
- Admitted to the Bar of Ontario – 1998
- Queens University, Faculty of Law, LL.B. – 1996
- York University, Bachelor of Arts (History), – 1992
- University of Western Ontario, Bachelor of Science (Biology), - 1990
- Member, Law Society of Upper Canada
- Member, Ontario Bar Association/Canadian Bar Association
- Professional Member, Canadian Condominium Institute (Toronto & Area Chapter)