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Civil Lawyers – Boards and Tribunals

Civil Lawyers

Civil Lawyers – Boards and Tribunals

Boards and Tribunals Lawyers

At Scardicchio Law Office Professional Corporation, our Civil Litigation Lawyers represent business, individuals and professionals involved in Board and Tribunal hearings in: Mississauga, Brampton, Milton, Toronto, Newmarket, Vaughan, Orangeville, Oakville, Burlington, Bradford, Hamilton, Barrie, Oshawa, Kitchener-Waterloo-Guelph, and across Southwestern Ontario. Our civil litigation lawyers have extensive experience in dealing with boards and tribunals, appeals, claims, motions, injunctions, defence, pleadings, trials, mediations and more.

Many disputes are heard in front of Professional Boards or Tribunals, such as Landlord and Tenant Board, University Disciplinary Boards and Tribunals, Human Resources Development Canada Tribunal, and other Professional Boards, including Dentists, Vetrinarians, Nurses, University students, and more.

Professional Discipline Regulations Lawyers

Our Civil Litigation Lawyers routinely defend professionals who are facing professional misconduct, complaint proceedings, investigations or discipline proceedings from their respective body.  Our clients include dentists, vetrinarians, doctors, surgeons, accountants, teachers, nurses, and social workers.

Call Us Today to represent you in a Board or Tribunal case

At Scardicchio Law Office Professional Corporation, our Civil Litigation Lawyers have the skills and knowledge to help you protect your rights. Call us for a free telephone consultation to discuss your board and tribunal hearing case today.


“Justice denied anywhere diminishes justice everywhere.” 

– Martin Luther King Jr.

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Civil Lawyers – Ontario Boards and Tribunals

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Our team of dedicated Civil Litigation Lawyers in Mississauga, Brampton, Milton, Toronto, Newmarket, Vaughan, Orangeville, Oakville, Burlington, Bradford, Hamilton, Barrie, Oshawa, Kitchener and across Southwestern Ontario, represent your civil litigation claim, and we will work to get you the results you deserve.  If you or your business is involved in a civil litigation or contract dispute, contact us today for a free telepone consultation to discuss your case.

What is a Mareva Injunction

A Mareva injunction is an extreme remedy granted in exceptional circumstances to freeze a defendant’s assets before judgment.  The Plaintiff must do each of the following:
1) make full and frank disclosure of all material matters;
2) give full particulars of the claim against the defendant and highlight potential defenses;
3) show that the defendant has assets in the jurisdiction;
4) show that there is a real risk of the assets being removed out of the jurisdiction, or disposed of before trial and that the plaintiff will be unable to satisfy a potential judgment; and
5) give an undertaking as to damages.

What is an Anton Piller Order?

The jurisdiction to issue a private search warrant rests with the Ontario Superior Court.  An Anton Piller order essentially authorizes a private party to insist on entrance to the premises of the party it believes has defrauded them in order to seize and preserve evidence which will assist in furthering its claim.
In order to apply for an Anton Piller Order, a Plaintiff must show 4 elements: 1) a strong prima facie case; 2) damage to the plaintiff of the defendant’s alleged misconduct, potential or actual, and must be very serious; 3) convincing evidence that defendant possesses incriminating documents or things; and 4) a real prospect that the defendant may destroy the material before discovery. 

What is a Norwich Order?

A Norwich order compels a third party to provide the applicant with information where the applicant believes they have been wronged and needs the third party’s assistance in order to determine the circumstances of the wrongdoing which will assist the applicant to pursue its legal remedies. This type of order is also known as a tracing order.


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