David Bleiwas

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  • Ontario 1999
  • LL.B. – Osgoode Hall Law School, 1997
  • B.A. York University, 1994

Memberships & Organizations

  • Law Society of Upper Canada
  • Canadian Bar Association
  • The Advocates’ Society


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Since he began working with the firm in 2000, David, a partner in Morrison Brown Sosnovitch's litigation, employment and franchising groups and a managing partner, has represented both corporate clients and individuals involved in a variety of litigation matters, both before the courts and in arbitration proceedings. In addition to employment, litigation and franchising law, David has expertise in the areas of shareholder, commercial and real estate disputes.

A skilled negotiator and tenacious problem solver, David takes a practical and strategic approach to litigation. His focus on helping clients find the best solution means disputes are resolved in the most efficient and cost-effective manner possible. Clients appreciate David’s attention to detail and the care he takes in fully understanding their issue. This approach is what enables him to be a rational and realistic voice, providing clients with compelling guidance and the expertise they require. Always mindful of the importance of treating clients with respect, David goes above and beyond when it comes to responding in a timely manner, properly explaining their rights, and communicating the costs and benefits of any given action.

David, a busy father of four young daughters, still makes charitable endeavours a priority. He is involved in several charitable activities including the annual JDRF Walk to Cure Diabetes. David is a passionate sports enthusiast who enjoys baseball, hockey, football, skiing and golf.

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