Legal Assistant: Lori Moore (firstname.lastname@example.org, ext. 351)
Paul practises in the areas of environmental and energy law and commercial and class action litigation.
The firm represents the national association of energy pipeline landowners, CAEPLA, and Paul has acted for pipeline landowners across Canada, regional landowner associations, farm organizations and First Nations in connection with gas and oil pipeline and storage projects and other energy issues. He has undertaken national class action claims on behalf of farmers and pensioners. He is an experienced advocate who appears regularly before provincial and federal energy regulators, other administrative tribunals and in trial and appellate courts.
The author of a text on civil procedure, he has also published articles on a variety of environmental, energy and property issues. He has conducted seminars for financial institutions, developers and real estate agents concerning environmental liability and has been an instructor in expert witness programs provided for forensic accountants and appraisers. He has participated in conferences for farmers sponsored by OMAFRA and the Ontario Bar Association.
Areas of Expertise
Education & ExperiencePaul is a graduate of Osgoode Hall Law School. He has been designated as a Specialist in Civil Litigation by the Law Society of Upper Canada.
Memberships & Affiliations
- Writes and edits Agrilaw, a nationally syndicated column dealing with legal issues of concern to farmers
- Member of the national Board of L'Arche Canada
- Member of the Canadian Association for Community Living
- Participated in the development of educational opportunities and services for people with developmental disabilities
- Has written on the rights of mentally handicapped citizens
- American Bar Association
- American Association for Justice
- Canadian Bar Association
- Middlesex Law Association
- Ontario Expropriation Association.
- AgriLaw: Spill Damages - When is the Ministry of the Environment Liable?
- AgriLaw: “Serious and Irreversible Harm” – Wind Turbine Remedy
- AgriLaw: Are repurchase Rights Enforcable?
- AgriLaw: Compensating Nuisance – Substantial and Unreasonable
- AgriLaw: Petition Drains - Who Pays the Environmental Assessment Costs?
- Tenant Rights – Chattels or Fixtures?
- Pre-Expropriation Interest – “Productive Use”
- Environmental Liability - New Protection
- Get Ready for Green
- Building Permit No Guarantee