It's nice to call yourself a "full-service" firm, but what does that really mean? Or, perhaps more to the point, what are we really good at?
Shibley Righton LLP has been known, for many years, for the superb advocacy skills of its litigators and for the high standards of its corporate commercial solicitors.
There is strong sense of coordination and integration among our practice groups, individuals and staff. Our approach to doing business is consistent throughout the firm and we work as a team.
A very diverse team of litigators forms our Civil Litigation Group. Their practices lead them to appear before a full spectrum of provincial, federal and appellate Courts, Boards and Tribunals, where they strive to continue to maintain the great reputation established by its past and present litigators.
Our Business Law Group practitioners aspire to be "trusted advisors" to its diverse client base of crown corporations, public institutions, multinationals and small and mid-sized enterprises which receive excellent legal counsel and strategic business advice.
The firm is also very well-known for its Education and Public Law Group, whose nine lawyers stand head and shoulders above any law firm in Canada in the important field of education law.
But high flyers aside, the "meat and potatoes" of any major law firm is in delivering, day in and day out, on the typical legal issues facing businesses and individuals. That we do, with top lawyers in nineteen practice groups covering most areas of law.
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Shibley Righton's Sheila MacKinnon is speaking at the upcoming "CRITICAL AND EMERGING ISSUES IN SCHOOL LAW FOR K-12 EDUCATION PROFESSIONALS" conference
Shibley Righton's Sheila MacKinnon is speaking at the upcoming "CRITICAL AND EMERGING ISSUES IN SCHOOL LAW FOR K-12 EDUCATION PROFESSIONALS" conference about The Impact of the Charter of Rights and the Ontario Human Rights Code on Schools. Please click...
It is with great sadness we mourn the passing of our dear Partner, Colleague and Friend, Arthur O. Jacques.
Toronto condominium lawyers Armand Conant, Deborah Howden and John De Vellis are set to present at the upcoming 20th annual Condominium Conference, hosted by the Association of Condominium Managers of Ontario and the Toronto and area chapter of the Canadian Condominium Institute.
On Nov. 11, from 9:15 – 10:15 a.m., Armand Conant, partner and head of the condominium law group at Shibley Righton LLP, will moderate a panel exploring ‘Rapid Fire Legal Issues.’ The session will feature six experts from the industry who will discuss Condo Act reform, the creation of the two authorities (licensing of managers and the Condo Authority), the Occupational Health and Safety Act, borrowing, Tarion reform, harassment, decriminalization of marijuana, grow-ops, reserve fund studies, development/developer issues, drones, and more.
On Nov. 11 from 11:45 a.m. – 12: 45 p.m., Deborah Howden, partner with Shibley Righton LLP, will moderate a session on ‘Human Rights/Barrier Free Accessibility,’ where panellists will discuss the interplay between the Ontario Human Rights Code and the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Actregarding barrier-free access in condominium buildings.
And, on Nov. 11 from 2:30 – 3:30 p.m., John De Vellis, partner with the firm, will participate in a panel discussion entitled “Technology in Condos: Managing a Smart Condo Building.” Speakers will explore how technology is changing all aspects of managing a condo — from security systems, board meetings, building automation systems, flying drones and more, and discuss what the future has in store for condo managers.
The conference will take place on Nov.11 and 12 at the Toronto Congress Centre, North Building, located at 650 Dixon Rd. in Toronto.
For more conference information click here.