AREAS OF EXPERTISE

An associate at SIMPSONWIGLE LAW, Kevin is a member of the commercial litigation team. His practice focuses on construction law, acting for a range of litigants within the construction industry. His practice includes all areas of the construction process, from contractors and subcontractors to owners and investors of commercial and residential properties.

Kevin works with his clients to achieve resolutions for all types of construction-related disputes whether by way of litigation, mediation or arbitration. These resolutions can include a variety of issues in the areas of contractual disputes between professionals and contractors, contractors and sub-contractors or construction liens.

Kevin often makes appearances on behalf of his clients before the Superior Court of Justice.

A CLIENT-FOCUSED APPROACH

"I believe in providing solutions that maximize the benefit to my client. Finding the right solution for my client has always been my priority.”

WHAT SETS KEVIN APART

"The law, and the litigation process in particular, can be a challenge for people to follow. I’m very adept at communicating complex litigation issues to my client in a way that they can understand what’s happening every step of the way and make informed decisions on how they want to proceed.” 

THE BEST PART OF THE JOB

“What drew me to this area of the law is its focus on strategy. It’s very satisfying to develop a strategy that achieves success for your client.”

ACTIVE WITHIN THE COMMUNITY

In order to give back, Kevin works with Wilfrid Laurier University’s mentoring program.

Admissions

  • Called to the Bar in Ontario, 2013

Education

  • Juris Doctor, Western University, 2012
  • M.B.A., Wilfrid Laurier University, 2009
  • B.A. Hon. Criminology, Wilfrid Laurier University, 2007

Associations

  • Law Society of Ontario
  • Peel Bar Association
  • Hamilton Law Association
  • Ontario Bar Association

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