We provide practical and timely advice to our clients for transactions and disputes involving business and real estate.

Work with a commerce and property lawyer in Toronto who will help you cut through the complexities of law to deliver advice that is pragmatic, tailored to meet your unique circumstances, and geared towards achieving the best possible outcome. We strive to understand our clients’ business operations and objectives so we can provide responsive and precise solutions.

The commerce and property lawyers in Toronto at Unified LLP have acted on behalf of businesses across a variety of industries throughout Canada and internationally. As business owners ourselves, we understand the day-to-day issues affecting your business and provide rapid and thorough services to meet your pressing business needs. Our advice seeks to prevent problems and disputes before they occur.

Unified LLP routinely acts on behalf of landowners and developers in a variety of real property matters including expropriations, development projects, planning appeals, real estate transactions and real estate disputes. We work hard to protect your property rights and advance your positions with tenacity and skill.  Connect with a commerce and property lawyer in Toronto that you can trust.

Municipal Lawyer Toronto,
Kitchener-Waterloo

As your municipal lawyer in Toronto, we practice law relating to all aspects of the Municipal Act, Planning Act, 2001/City of Toronto Act, 2006, Expropriations Act and other local and Provincial legislation and policies (Provincial Policy Statement, Growth Plan for the Greater Golden Horseshoe, Building Transit Faster Act) that inform or otherwise impact the operation and activities of municipalities. Additionally, we represent parties that are affected by the exercise of these municipalities’ powers.

Our municipal lawyers in Toronto, Kitchener-Waterloo have advocated on behalf of our clients before the:

  • Ontario Land Tribunal (OLT, formerly known as LPAT and OMB)
  • Toronto Local Appeal Body (TLAB)
  • Committee of Adjustments
  • Superior Court of Justice 
  • Divisional Court

Our municipal lawyers in Toronto and Kitchener-Waterloo provide services relating to land use planning and development law including:

  • Acquisitions 
  • Development
  • Protection of Land 
  • Minor Variances 
  • Official Plan Amendments 
  • Zone Changes 
  • By-law and Compliance Issues 
  • Expropriation Compensation Claims
  • Development applications
  • Land Use Planning Appeals
  • Acquisitions and Dispositions of Land
  • Conveyances and Severances of Land 
  • Minor Variances 
  • Development and Subdivision Agreements 
  • Municipal Taxation
  • Heritage Matters
  • Aggregate Resources
  • Development Charges
  • Building Permit Matters
  • Judicial Review of Municipal Decisions and By-Laws

Commercial Litigation Lawyer Toronto, Kitchener-Waterloo

As your commercial litigation lawyer in Toronto, Kitchener-Waterloo, we always aim to resolve your disputes as quickly as possible while still achieving a favourable outcome for our clients

From negotiating settlements to representing clients in front of the Superior Court of Justice, our commercial litigation lawyers have the experience and dedication necessary to effectively advocate for your interests.

Our commercial litigation lawyers in Toronto, Kitchener-Waterloo have advocated on behalf of our clients before the:

  • Superior Court of Justice
  • Commercial List (Toronto)
  • ODACC (Ontario Dispute Adjudication for Construction Contracts)
  • Ontario Court of Appeal
  • Private Arbitration Panels

Work with commercial litigation lawyers in Toronto, Kitchener-Waterloo that provide legal services that include:

  • Officers and Directors Litigation 
  • Construction Liens
  • Breach of Contract
  • Shareholder and Partnership Disputes
  • Trade Name Litigation 
  • Cross-Border Disputes 
  • Loan and Mortgage Enforcement
  • Commercial Lease Matters
  • Fraud 
  • Injunctions 
  • Economic Torts 
  • Defamation 
  • Significant Debt Collection

Business Lawyer Toronto, Kitchener-Waterloo

As your business lawyer in Toronto, Kitchener-Waterloo, we are able to respond to any legal issue you may face with sound, effective advice and representation. We are dedicated to protecting your business interests at all times and will use every available legal resource to do so. We focus our efforts on proactive solutions that are able to preempt legal issues before they occur, saving you time, resources and frustration while mitigating risk.

Work with business lawyers in Toronto, Kitchener-Waterloo that provide legal services that include:

  • Business Organization and Structure 
  • Business Operations and General Commercial Advice
  • Acquisitions and Dispositions of Assets 
  • Risk Management, Problem Solving, and Disputes

Our business law firm has advised organizations across the world hailing from a diverse group of industries, including:

  • Technology 
  • Medical, Health and Wellness
  • Construction
  • Manufacturing and Engineering  
  • Transportation
  • Residential and Commercial Land Development
  • Financial Services 
  • Retail (Both E-commerce and Brick and Mortar)

Construction Lawyer Toronto, Kitchener-Waterloo

As your construction lawyer in Toronto, Kitchener-Waterloo, Unified LLP can assist you with legal matters pertaining to commercial, residential, institutional, and industrial projects. We work with clients on all levels of the construction pyramid on deals and agreements as well as disputes. No matter what your legal construction needs, Unified LLP is here to help. 

Our construction lawyers in Toronto, Kitchener-Waterloo have represented clients from all sides of the construction industry, including:

  • Builders
  • Property Owners
  • General Contractors and Subcontractors
  • Consultants 
  • Municipalities
  • Lenders
  • Developers

Work with construction lawyers in Toronto, Kitchener-Waterloo that provide legal services that include:

  • Registration of Construction Liens
  • Construction Lien Disputes (for Claimants and Defendants)
  • Deficiencies
  • Certificates of Pending Litigation (“CPLs”)
  • Bonding Off (vacating) Liens
  • Bidding and Tendering Disputes
  • ODACC Proceedings (Ontario Dispute Adjudication for Construction Contracts) 
  • Breach of Contract Claims
  • Breach of Trust
  • Interim Adjudication
  • Arbitration
  • Environmental, Contamination and Property Remediation Issues
  • Land acquisition Counsel
  • Re-zoning of Lands
  • Municipal Law Disputes