Koskie Minsky LLP

Koskie Minsky LLP

Koskie Minsky LLP is a firm of skilled counsel advising clients in the areas of civil litigation, union side labour law, pensions and benefits and class actions. We are recognized by Lexpert and other organizations as among leading counsel in Canada in our areas of expertise and among the highest ranked in the fields of labour, pension and employment law in the Greater Toronto area. Most of our 24 partners are ranked as recommended practitioners in the Lexpert and Best Lawyers directories, for such areas as labour and employment law, construction labour relations, pension and benefits, class action litigation, professional liability, construction law and workers compensation. They are supported by a very capable team of skilled associates, paralegals and top law students. We are located in Toronto and appear before courts, tribunals and arbitrators across Canada. Our clients include pension funds, trade unions, boards and commissions, insurers, corporations and non-profit groups, as well as individuals seeking access to courts and tribunals. Our lawyers are regularly involved in complex, high profile litigation and we provide the technical, research and staffing resources required to handle these cases.

For more information regarding our practice areas please contact any of our 24 partners ranked in this Directory, as well as any of our partners or counsel listed below.

Labour Law:                

E-mail  

Telephone                

Craig Flood

[email protected]

(416) 595-2105

Laurie Kent*

[email protected]

(416) 595-2708

Alan Minsky, KC

[email protected]

(416) 595-2121

Ernie Schirru**

[email protected]

(416) 595-2142

 

 

 

 

 

 

Pension and Benefits Law:

 

Murray Gold

[email protected]

(416) 595-2085

Andrew Hatnay

[email protected]

(416) 595-2083

Michael Mazzuca***

[email protected]

(416) 595-2101

James Harnum

[email protected] 

(416) 542-6285

Roberto Tomassini

[email protected]

(416) 595- 2116

Mark Zigler

[email protected]

(416) 595-2090

 

 

 

Pension and Investments Law:

 

George Dzuro*

[email protected]

(416) 595-2078

 

 

 

Civil Litigation:

 

 

Jeffrey A. Armel 

[email protected]

(416) 595-2069

Al Esterbauer 

[email protected] 

(416) 595-2110

Arleen Huggins

[email protected]

(416) 595-2115

Jeffrey Long

[email protected]

(416) 595-2125

Nancy Shapiro** 

[email protected]

(416) 595-2108

David Silver 

[email protected] 

(416) 595-2081 

Demetrios Yiokaris*

[email protected]

(416) 595-2130

 

 

 

Class Action Litigation:

 

Kirk Baert

[email protected]

(416) 595-2117

Celeste Poltak

[email protected]

(416) 595-2701

Jonathan Ptak*

[email protected]

(416) 595-2149

David Rosenfeld**

[email protected]

(416) 595-2700

James Sayce

[email protected]

(416) 542-6298

 

*Department Coordinator
**Executive Committee Member
***Managing Partner

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