Moore Law specializes in civil and commercial litigation. This is our focus, and we are committed to being a leader in this area of law.

Moore Law maintains a broad civil litigation practice that includes real estate litigation, fraud, negligence claims, estates-related matters, and private disputes requiring judicial intervention for resolution.

Our commercial litigation practice is extensive and the regularly deals with partnership disputes, shareholder matters, oppression actions, and debt recovery, including mortgage enforcement. 

Moore Law understands the resources and energy invested by its clients to achieve the appropriate resolution for their legal issues. Accordingly, we actively and consistently strive to attain the ideal solution to the specific legal problem faced by each of our clients. A strong but adaptive litigation strategy regularly delivers results, whether at trial, in arbitration, or in mediation.

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John Howard Society of Peel-Halton-Dufferin v Pennock, 2023 ONSC 2839 : After securing bank accounts and real estate with a Mareva injunction, successfully obtained judgment for full recovery of damages, punitive damages, and full indemnity costs on behalf of not-for-profit client.

Global West Development Ltd. v. 16380 Jane Street Inc. et al, 2021 ONSC 4284: Successfully obtained leave to register certificate of pending litigation against 10 acre commercial property arising out of dispute between partnership on a 2-day motion.

HQIC and Circlemed Inc. v. Hamdani, 2020 ONSC 3403: Successfully resisted motion for summary judgment sought by all defendants in lawyers’ negligence action seeking damages more than $650,000.00

Phyzex Technologies Inc. v. Correct Development Corporation, 2019 ONSC 278: Successful trial decision dismissing all claims against Defendant Landlord and obtaining judgment on crossclaim in full amount sought. 

Royal Bank of Canada v. Aleksandar Mijailovic, et al., 2018 ONSC 6798: Successfully resisted motion for summary judgment by bank against guarantors of corporate debt.

986806 Ontario Ltd. v. Blyth, 2016 ONSC 8087: Successful motion by Defendant Client to stay action and continue in arbitration; also successfully resisted cross-motion for appointment of receiver. 

Milicevic v. T. Smith Engineering Inc., 2016 ONSC 2166: [co-counsel] Agent for Plaintiff’s counsel on motion by Defendants to have counsel removed for conflict. Motion successfully resisted. 

Gaur v. Datta, 2015 ONSC 151: [co-counsel] Successfully appealed dismissal of client’s action under Rule 21. 

Santos v. Sangwan, 2015 ONSC 822: Successfully appealed dismissal of client’s application for breach of contract relating to sale of business.