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  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
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    Contact Paula Wright at 416-646-7406
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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
Partner

Jeffrey Larry

LL.B., MBA

Jeffrey Larry provides clients with practical, business-focused advice. He has extensive experience in complex commercial, securities and insolvency litigation. Jeff also represents clients frequently in shareholder disputes, banking litigation, fraud, and commercial real estate proceedings. Jeff is also an active part of the firm’s class action practice.

 

He acts regularly before the Superior Court of Ontario, the Ontario Court of Appeal, the Ontario Securities Commission, and has appeared at the Supreme Court of Canada. He has received recognition from Lexpert, Best Lawyers in Canada, and Benchmark Litigation as a recommended and leading lawyer.

Education

  • Osgoode Hall Law School, LL.B., 1999
  • Schulich School of Business, MBA, 1999

Bar Admissions

  • Ontario, 2001

Professional Affiliations

  • Canadian Bar Association
  • Ontario Bar Association
  • The Advocates' Society, Securities Litigation Group

Awards and Honours

  • Benchmark Litigation - Litigation Star
  • Canadian Legal Lexpert Directory - Repeatedly recommended - Litigation - Corporate Commercial
  • Best Lawyers in Canada - Corporate and Commercial Litigation, Securities Law
  • Benchmark Litigation - Future Star
  • Lexpert Guide to the Leading US/Canada Cross-border Litigation Lawyers in Canada - Leading Cross-border litigation lawyer - 2015
  • Lexpert - Rising Star - one of Canada's Leading Lawyers under 40 - 2014

Representative Work

  • Shareholders in business and shareholder disputes.

  • Various parties in large and complex corporate and commercial contract disputes.

  • Various stakeholders in insolvencies and restructuring.

  • Individuals and institutions in broker-negligence cases.

  • Investors and other lenders to recover funds lost in corporate and securities fraud.

  • Individuals in administrative proceedings at the Mutual Fund Dealers Association of Canada and Investment Industry Regulatory Organization of Canada.

  • Reporting issuers, individuals and other registrants at the Ontario Securities Commission.

  • Various stakeholders in contested proxy-contests.

Community Involvement

  • Director of Canadian Friends of the Hebrew University

  • Director of Sir Winston Churchill Park Tennis Club

  • Duty counsel at the Law Society of Upper Canada

Publications

  • Co-author – Guidance in secured transactions involving mortgages on real property – Canadian Lawyer (with Lindsay Scott) – June 29, 2015

  • The Law of Privilege – Ontario Bar Association’s Continuing Legal Education Seminar on Proving Your Case – Evidence of Litigation

  • Best Practices for Advocates: Managing the Difficult Judge – LSUC Accredited Continuing Professional Development (with Linda Rothstein and Odette Soriano)

  • The Aftermath of Investment Fraud – Fourth Annual Securities Litigation Practice Group Symposium

  • Caught in Limbo: When registered individuals are precluded from an automatic license transfer between firms – First Annual Securities Litigation Practice Group Symposium

Presentations

  • The Law of Privilege – Ontario Bar Association’s Continuing Legal Education Seminar on Proving Your Case – Evidence of Litigation

  • Best Practices for Advocates: Managing the Difficult Judge – LSUC Accredited Continuing Professional Developmentwith Linda Rothstein and Odette Soriano

  • The Aftermath of Investment Fraud – Fourth Annual Securities Litigation Practice Group Symposium

  • Caught in Limbo: When registered individuals are precluded from an automatic license transfer between firms – First Annual Securities Litigation Practice Group Symposium