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Kayla is an associate in the Litigation Group at Ross & McBride LLP.
Kayla holds a Bachelor of Arts (Hons.) in History and Political Science from McMaster University. She received her Bachelor of Laws from the University of Birmingham Law School, one of the leading Russell Group research universities in the United Kingdom. During her time at law school, she successfully competed in the Post-Graduate Mooting Competition and volunteered with the legal clinic. In 2015, Kayla obtained her Master of Laws from Osgoode Hall Law School.
Kayla handles business and contractual disputes, estate and trust matters, and real property issues. She has attended before all levels of Court in Ontario, including the Court of Appeal.
Kayla was born and raised in Hamilton and is proud to be representing clients in her hometown. She enjoys participating in the growing Hamilton community, traveling and spending time with family and friends.
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Hamilton Law Association – Member
Limitation Periods and Procedural Time Periods suspended to September.
Jun 17, 2020
Due to the historic and unprecedented effect of COVID-19, Ontario suspended limitation and procedural time periods on March 20, 2020 retroactive to March 16, 2020. The suspension was to be in effect until the state of emergency was lifted.
Small Claims Court Series - Part 6: Default Judgment
Apr 29, 2019
A Defendant is required to serve and file a Defence within 20 days of being served with the Plaintiff’s Claim. If a Defendant fails to do so, the Plaintiff can obtain Default Judgment against the Defendant, which means judgment is granted to the Plaintiff.
Small Claims Court Series Part 3: How do I start a lawsuit in Small Claims Court?
Apr 22, 2019
You can sue people or businesses in the Small Claims Court provided the claim relates to the recovery of money, personal property or possessions, and is $25,000 or less.