Payment Options

You can pay your invoice using one of the following methods:

 

  1. Interac e-Transfer: Send funds to payments@paliareroland.com. Please ensure to provide the invoice number and password details to payments@paliareroland.com
  2. Electronic Fund Transfer: Send requests for banking details to payments@paliareroland.com with subject line “Request for EFT details” or contact Paula Wright at 416-646-7406
  3. Credit Card via telephone (Visa or Mastercard only):
    Contact Paula Wright at 416-646-7406
  4. PayPal: We accept all major credit cards through the PayPal portal. To begin, please enter the information required in the fields below:

Accepted credit cards:

We accept Visa, Mastercard, American Express, and Discover cards

You can provide the firm with funds to be held in trust using one of the following methods:

 

  1. Interac e-Transfer: Send funds to trustpayments@paliareroland.com. Please ensure to state your name, file matter number and password details to trustpayments@paliareroland.com.
  2. Credit Card via telephone (Visa or Mastercard only): Contact Paula Wright at 416-646-7406
News & Media

Paliare Roland congratulates Alysha Shore and Dan Rosenbluth on becoming partner

January 5, 2022

Paliare Roland welcomes Alysha Shore and Dan Rosenbluth to the partnership.

Alysha represents clients with a thoughtful, creative and highly effective approach to problem-solving, and a remarkable capacity to simplify complex matters involving small and multinational corporations, professional regulation, and individuals. She is highly empathetic and understands that interpersonal dynamics play a significant (but often neglected) role in resolving legal disputes. Her practice spans civil and commercial litigation, administrative/public law, and employment law.

Dan is a civil litigator with a practice focused on commercial, employment, and public law litigation. He has represented clients successfully in complex motions, applications, and appeals involving issues such as the oppression remedy, personal guarantees, and in a precedent-setting decision regarding the enforcement of indemnification agreements.