Municipal Election

August 27, 2018 - Ontario is in the midst of municipal elections to be held on October 22, 2018. There have been a number of changes to… Read Moreabout Municipal Election

COVID-19 and Condominiums

March 17, 2020 - As with every other company and industry at the moment, we know that our condominium clients have concerns about how… Read Moreabout COVID-19 and Condominiums

HST Issues for Builders

September 9, 2013 - The legalities of the HST are fortunately fairly straight forward. The first issue relates to whether or not the… Read Moreabout HST Issues for Builders

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Kristin's practice focuses on residential and commercial tenancies, human rights, condominium law and appellate advocacy. She works exclusively for housing providers and landlords with respect to all lease issues. Kristin regularly speaks at property management conferences and teaches human rights training courses to landlords and property managers.

Legal Assistant: Valerie Potter (potter@cohenhighley.com, ext. 360) Paul practises in the firm’s administrative law group with an emphasis on representing property owners in connection with residential tenancies law, municipal planning and zoning, and municipal property assessment appeals.  Paul graduated with an Honours Bachelor of Arts degree in Geography from Brock University. Paul has obtained his paralegal license designation…

Joe's main areas of practice include residential tenancies, municipal planning and zoning, expropriations, and property tax assessment appeals. Joe has a wealth of litigation experience before a variety of boards, tribunals, and appellate courts. He is author of "A Practical Guide to the Tenant Protection Act".