Boutique Style Service
Part-time General Counsel
& Commercial Litigation
Justin T. Chan, LL.B., LL.M.
Barrister & Solicitor
Justin helps clients prevent litigation, or at least prepare for it, by using language that is easy to understand when explaining the process of building a contract and/or the process of litigation. He Takes a humble but strong approach to advocating for and advising clients. This approach gives the client a genuinely true reality of their position while still fighting zealously for their rights.
Justin’s approach is simple and effective:
Listen to the client,
Single out the relevant facts that matter,
Identify the goal that the client wants to achieve,
Advise the client on the most efficient way to attain that goal.
Whether you are looking for the legal addition to your business management team or are in need of litigation advice, we will work with you to find the best solution for your needs.
Candid advice that isn’t sugar-coated
A fierce battle-tested general to your legal army
A loyal advisor to your management team
Meet Justin Chan
Call to the Bar 2013
LL.B., LL.M., Cardiff Law School (Wales, UK)
Vice President of Operations, Judo Ontario
Justin is a corporate lawyer trained in commercial and civil litigation based in Downtown Toronto. His practice focuses on two areas: helping businesses prevent and prepare for litigation and representing clients in litigation. He takes pride in the personal touch that he brings in the provision of his legal services and will travel to anywhere in the GTA or surrounding area to meet clients off-site.
Justin helps businesses and individuals in and around Toronto who are looking for the advice of a lawyer to navigate or negotiate contracts and special relationships. He also helps them understand the litigation process should such situation be necessary. He approaches litigation with an objective and logical point of view and communicates the reality of any contentious situation clearly and concisely to his clients. The value of his advice comes in the form of its simplicity and candidness.
Contact Justin to find out more about how the part-time in-house lawyer (general counsel) works or if you’ve been served with, or are thinking of starting, a claim against another party because harm has been done to you or your business. He works with parties in and around Toronto.