Forward-Thinking Toronto Civil Litigation Lawyers



Legal disputes can quickly devolve to the point where litigation may be required to bring an outstanding issue to a close. Litigation can be expensive, lengthy, and quite stressful, often bringing months or even years of uncertainty to the parties involved. Often, issues can be managed early or can be proactively resolved long before litigation is necessary.

At NULaw in Toronto, we work hard to resolve legal disputes out of court, or through alternative dispute resolution whenever possible. We regularly represent clients at mediation, arbitration, and in reaching negotiated settlements. However, we also understand that sometimes litigation is the best option available in certain circumstances. Our experienced litigators have appeared at all levels of Ontario and Federal Courts, on motions, at trials, and on appeals. We also regularly represent clients at various tribunals and other administrative bodies.

We are dedicated to pursuing our clients interests and producing exceptional results in a cost-effective manner. We understand that there is a time when it is important to be conciliatory, and a time where it becomes necessary to be more assertive. We build strong relationships with each of our clients, and work with them to identify their objectives and craft a strategy to most effectively reach those goals. We provide pragmatic, focused legal advice unique to each specific case.

How We Can Help

Assisting clients with dispute resolution lies at the core of our practice. We have represented clients in court, at tribunals, and in various alternative dispute resolution forums in:

We offer determined and effective advocacy, allowing our clients to rest assured that their rights are being defended so that they can focus on returning their lives back to normal.

NULaw: Trusted Advocates for Your Rights

The Toronto civil litigation lawyers at NULaw provide legal guidance with your family, estate, corporate, or employment dispute. Reach us online or at 416-481-5604 to book a consultation today.

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