Barry is a partner in the Litigation Group, with a varied practice and a large client list.
Barry's practice focuses on business and contractual disputes, fraud matters, real estate issues, mortgage enforcement, and litigation concerning negligence and mass torts.
He has successfully acted for clients at all levels of Court in Ontario, including the Court of Appeal. Assertive and steadfast, he is experienced counsel.
Barry completed his Bachelor of Arts in 1996, his Master of Arts in 1998, and his Bachelor of Laws in 2001. While doing so, he was the recipient of numerous awards and scholarships.
After completing law school, Barry accepted the privilege to complete a Clerkship in the Office of the Chief Justice of the Superior Court of Justice in Toronto, and then articled at a major law firm in downtown Toronto. He was called to the Bar in 2003 and became an associate at the firm thereafter.
Barry was a Council Member of the Ontario Bar Association and a member of Boards for local non-profit agencies and organizations for a number of years. He is currently a member of the Hamilton Law Association and the Advocates' Society. He participates often in conferences and delivers papers on procedural and substantive issues.
Barry is a recipient of the 40 Under Forty Business Achievement Award for success in business for 2013. As recognized by the Business Link Media Group.
Areas of Expertise
- Civil Litigation
- Commercial Litigation
- Fraud Litigation
- Partnership/Shareholder Dispute Litigation
- Municipal & Planning Law
Organizations and Activities
- Member, Ontario Bar Association
- Member, Advocates Society
- Member, Hamilton Law Association
- Member, Hamilton Law Association's Commercial Litigation Sub-Committee
- Member, Hamilton Law Association's Library Collections Sub-Committee
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