Tony acts as counsel to the firm and restricts his practice to litigation and administrative law matters. He has over 25 years of extensive experience in criminal, quasi-criminal, and regulatory offences, the regulation of various licensed professionals, creditor collection issues, and general civil litigation matters. He also has a large practice on issues involved in the regulation and day-to-day business activity within the automotive industry.
Tony has appeared before all levels of courts and administrative tribunals in Ontario, including numerous successful attendances before the Ontario Court of Appeal, where he has successful represented both Appellants and Respondents in civil litigation, criminal law, and administrative law. In particular, he has represented hundreds of licensed dealerships and sales persons under the provisions of the Motor Vehicle Dealers Act with respect to licence revocation applications issued by the Registrar, Motor Vehicle Dealers Act, and the Ontario Motor Vehicle Industry Council (OMVIC). The Supreme Court of Canada ruled in favour of our client on one case where Tony successfully opposed a leave to appeal application.
He has represented many automotive dealerships in connection with recovery and repossession of their vehicles and obtaining injunctory relief prohibiting the removal of their property by others.
Tony acts for an internationally known automobile manufacturer, a chartered Canadian bank, and various large automotive leasing companies and manufacturing businesses.