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Stephen J. Messinger
Partner

Minden Gross LLP

Stephen J. Messinger, Minden Gross LLP

Stephen is a senior partner in the Commercial Leasing Group at Minden Gross LLP, specializing in commercial leasing and development. His clients include many large and sophisticated developers, property and asset managers, retailers, banks, trust companies, and pension funds in North America. He frequently serves as an expert witness on commercial leasing matters. Steve is an ICSC Canadian Division Special Initiatives Chairman, Executive Committee Member, and Distinguished Service Award recipient (1998, 2001). He lectures and writes extensively. He is an Editorial Board member and contributor to Shopping Centre Leases (Volumes I & II) and a contributor to Shopping Centre Leases (2nd ed.). He is a member of the advisory boards of Georgetown University Law Center's Advanced Commercial Leasing Institute, Commercial Lease Law Insider, and Commercial Tenant’s Lease Insider. Named as one of Canada’s Most Frequently Recommended lawyers in Property Leasing by The Canadian Legal Lexpert® Directory and The Lexpert®/American Lawyer Guide to the Leading 500 Lawyers in Canada and recognized in Best Lawyers in Canada. Member of the Canadian and American Bar Associations and the LSUC, Real Property Section. Admitted to the Ontario Bar in 1968.


Year Called to the Bar:1968 (ON)
145 King St W, Suite 2200
Toronto, ON
Phone: (416) 369-4147
Fax: (416) 864-9223
E-mail: smessinger@mindengross.com

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