"I have built a solid reputation as a condominium litigator who is tough but fair, fights for my clients’ rights and is willing to do whatever it takes, within the confines of the law, to help my clients meet their objectives."
A nationally recognized and highly regarded condominium lawyer and litigator, Jonathan has been involved in the practice of condominium law for four decades.
After receiving a Bachelor of Science degree from Toronto’s York University, Jonathan went on to attend Osgoode Hall Law School, graduating with a Juris Doctor degree in 1974. Very quickly, he became involved in the relatively new and burgeoning field of condominium law.
As Jonathan’s work within, and knowledge of the industry grew, he came to be regarded as one of Canada’s leading experts in condominium law. Not only has he been lead counsel on more reported cases in condominium law than any other condominium litigation lawyer in Canada, Jonathan has spoken at and hosted numerous condominium conferences and seminars. He was a featured columnist with the Condominium Magazine, for ten years and has been featured in his own live TV talk show on condominium law - ”Condo Call-In”.
Jonathan’s skill and depth of knowledge has earned him the respect of not only of his clients, but also of colleagues, judges, and opposing counsel. Dedicated to the practice of condo law, he takes on even the most challenging of cases and acts for condominium corporations, and other law firms.
For Jonathan, there is no such thing as half measures. He has built a solid reputation as a litigator who is tough, but fair, fights for his clients’ rights and is willing to do whatever it takes, within the confines of the law, to help his clients meet their objectives. The degree of preparedness he puts into a case is unparalleled.
Jonathan has been widely recognized for his work. He was awarded the title of Fellow of the Canadian Condominium Institute (FCCI) in recognition of his accomplishments as a founding director, founding member and past president of CCI. He has lectured and written extensively on the subject of condominium law, and has served as an instructor for the Law Society of Upper Canada in its Bar Admission Course. He has also been an instructor and trial judge at the Intensive Trial Advocacy course. Jonathan is a member of the College of Community Association Lawyers of the Community Association Institute, the second Canadian lawyer ever to be admitted.
In addition to his busy practice, Jonathan is an avid golfer and has written two books on the game, as well as several books on coaching hockey.