We are a litigation boutique with a broad range of expertise and experience. We are routinely involved in Canada's highest profile cases, whether complex commercial litigation or class actions, professional discipline or labour disputes. We are trusted to manage the most sensitive legal issues facing businesses of every size, individuals, labour unions, professional regulatory bodies, academic institutions, and public interest organizations. We are devoted to excellence in advocacy in every area of our practice.
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Our specialized Class Action group is experienced both in prosecuting and defending class proceedings.
The Class Action group is a team of talented lawyers and support staff, with recognized expertise in prosecuting and defending class actions, who devote a significant portion of their practices to this complicated and specialized form of litigation. Acting as class counsel on some cases, and as defence counsel on others gives the Class Action group unique strategic insight in an area where most firms typically represent only one side or the other.
First and foremost, we are committed to excellence in advocacy. Although a number of the lawyers at Paliare Roland concentrate their practice in specific areas of litigation, no one is required to do so. The firm's culture is rooted firmly in the belief that a good litigator is able to do virtually any type of case. Consequently, the ability to advocate on behalf of a client -- any client -- is the primary skill we look for in a lawyer.
Kris has a broad litigation practice with a particular focus on commercial and civil litigation. He has a keen analytical mind that allows him to tackle the most complex legal problems with clarity and creativity.
Kris approaches all his cases, whether large or small, with a view to achieving the best outcome for his clients in the most efficient way possible. His clients appreciate his ability to help them through difficult times with a calm and direct manner.
Kris practiced in New York for a number of years prior to returning home to Toronto, and his American legal experience is often called upon in cross-border matters.
McGill, B.A. (First Class Honours), 1997