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  • Nemchin v. Green: The Admissibility of Surveillance at Trial

    Written By: Patrick Brown and Brock Turville, Student-at-Law In personal injury trials, defence counsel commonly uses video surveillance to bring the severity or existence of the plaintiff’s injuries into question. This is often achieved by showing the judge or jury footage of the plaintiff performi … Read more »

  • LAW TIMES: Ontario loses ‘top notch’ insurance law firm in Hughes Amys, says lawyer

    “Ontario loses ‘top notch’ insurance law firm in Hughes Amys says lawyer,” published by Anita Balakrishnan for Law Times, discusses how Hughes Amys LLP, an Ontario insurance law firm, has “ceased operations.” For the first time since 1918, the Ontario legal scene will not include the Hamilton and To … Read more »


    We are excited to announce that four lawyers from McLeish Orlando have been included in the 2020 edition of the Best Lawyers in Canada. Best Lawyers® is a peer-reviewed publication that is well renowned and respected in the legal community. John McLeish – recognized since 2006 Dale Orlando – recogni … Read more »

  • McLeish Orlando Participates in Beach Blast 2019

    On August 12, 2019, McLeish Orlando participated in the Beach Blast Volleyball Tournament. This event is in support of Acquired Brain Injury support groups serving the Hamilton, Peel, Halton, Toronto, and York regions. We were proud to participate in this event, and we had a great time playing. Than … Read more »

  • McLeish Orlando is Excited to Welcome Three New Associates to Our Team of Lawyers

    We are proud to announce that Nicole Fielding, Courtney Stewart, and Taraneh Etemadi have joined our team of lawyers. Nicole Fielding is a long standing member of McLeish Orlando, having held various positions at the firm working part time and full time during the summer while completing her high sc … Read more »