Called to the Ontario Bar in 1991, Barnet is a seasoned advocate with extensive experience acting for public and private sector clients, primarily on municipal and land use planning issues. Has specialized experience in many areas of municipal and administrative law, and has acted at all levels of court including the Supreme Court of Canada. Appears frequently before the Ontario Municipal Board and municipal councils. His municipal practice includes acting for public and private sector clients on land use planning and development matters (including comprehensive Official Plan and Secondary Plan reviews, residential, commercial, industrial and institutional development applications and agreements, and P3 projects); real property disputes; licensing and regulation; enforcement of and challenges to municipal by-laws; freedom of information and privacy issues, and conflict of interest matters. Has extensive litigation and ADR experience concerning constitutional issues, statutory interpretation, leasing disputes and employment matters. His litigation practice also concentrates on appellate advocacy, particularly judicial review and appeals from statutory agencies.