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Stephen Posen

Minden Gross LLP

Stephen Posen, Minden Gross LLP

Stephen Posen is the Chair of Minden Gross LLP’s Commercial Leasing Group, providing counsel on all aspects of commercial property leasing involving office, retail, industrial, and other commercial properties. He is an acknowledged leader in the field, advising prominent national and international developers, property and asset managers, and retailers in complex commercial leasing matters and dispute resolution. He acts in commercial lease-related arbitrations and mediations as counsel, arbitrator, and mediator, and serves as an expert witness in commercial leasing matters. He also assists clients with real estate acquisitions and dispositions and other business-related matters. He is an active member of the International Council of Shopping Centers (ICSC) and a frequent speaker at programs for the LSO, CBA, OBA, ICSC, and private organizations. Stephen is recognized as one of Canada’s Most Frequently Recommended Property Leasing lawyers by The Canadian Legal Lexpert® Directory and The Lexpert®/American Lawyer Guide to the Leading 500 Lawyers in Canada and is listed in The Best Lawyers in Canada. Minden Gross LLP is ranked as a Top 10 Ontario Regional Law Firm by Canadian Lawyer. Member of CBA, LSO, and ICSC. Ontario Bar, 1965.

Year Called to the Bar:1965 (ON)
145 King St W, Suite 2200
Toronto, ON
Phone: (416) 369-4103
Fax: (416) 864-9223
E-mail: [email protected]

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