Shane E. Kazushner

Second Photo of Shane E. Kazushner
  • Ontario 2002
  • Osgoode Hall Law School, LL.B., 2000
  • York University , B.A. Hons., 1997

Memberships & Organizations

  • Law Society of Upper Canada
  • The Advocates' Society
  • Canadian Bar Association
  • Ontario Bar Association
  • Executive of the Construction and Infrastructure Law Section of the Ontario Bar Association
  • Metropolitan Toronto Lawyer Association
  • Former member of Young Construction Executive Committee of Toronto Construction Association
  • Former Executive to the Renovator Committee of Building Industry and Land Development (BILD) 

 

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Contact Information

Title:
Partner
Designations:
LL.B., B.A. Hons.
Phone Number:
Fax Number:
416-368-6068

Shane Kazushner practices in the area of commercial and civil litigation and has acted on behalf of individuals, businesses, corporations, landlords, mortgagees and condominium corporations.  Shane is experienced in handling disputes on behalf of his clients in areas including construction, contracts, real estate, landlord & tenant disputes, debt collection and insurance matters.  He is adept in negotiating and litigating the resolution of cases and where appropriate, will employ alternative dispute resolution including mediation and arbitration for the benefit of his clients.

He has authored and co-authored numerous papers, newsletters and articles regarding various construction law and commercial litigation issues.  He also presents and lectures topics of interest to industry professionals as well as Schulich School of Business students at York University.

Shane is currently a member of the Executive of the Construction and Infrastructure Law Section of the Ontario Bar Association.

Shane has volunteered as a Toronto Grant Review Team Member for the Ontario Trillium Foundation and as a membership committee member for the Young Patron Circle at the Royal Ontario Museum.  His outside interests include camping, cooking, mountain biking and motorcycling.

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