What is Litigation?
Litigation is comprised of a lawsuit or a legal contest in a court of justice for the purpose of enforcing a right.
The parties in such a law suit include:
• a plaintiff who claims to have received damages from and seeks a legal or equitable remedy from
• a defendant who is required to respond to the plaintiff’s complaints.
If the plaintiff is successful, a judgment is awarded in his favour.
That judgment may include court orders, such as:
• awarding damages
• enforcing rights
• imposing injunctions
If the defendant is successful, he/she will be exonerated and perhaps awarded the costs of the action against the plaintiff.
Litigation may involve resolving courtroom disputes between individuals OR business entities.
Our experts in litigation law can assist you with:
Construction Law and Liens
This legal area deals with issues surrounding building construction, including drafting and reviewing contracts and legal documents, construction claims, insurance and performance security and more. We also specialize in mechanics (or construction) liens, which are used by contractors to ensure they’re paid for their work on a project. Read more
This area of the law covers issues surrounding employment, including constructive dismissal, disability, sexual harassment and just cause of termination. Read more
Civil and Business Litigation
Our business law experts can help you with lawsuits for unfair and illegal business practices, breach of contract, partnership disputes and other issues. Talk to our litigation law specialists. Read more
Shareholder, Corporate and Partnership Disputes
This tricky area of the law is one our Toronto business lawyers are very familiar with. We can help guide you through the range of remedies available to deal with business disputes between partners or even shareholders. Read more
Wills and Trust Disputes
These sensitive and personal disputes are handled delicately but appropriately by our team. Our Will Experts can help with emotionally charged family issues, including heirs seeking compensation and contested estates. Read more