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    Our team of specialists has the experience and skills to provide valuable services to clients. Our strengths are analysis of issues and effective communication of practical solutions. We provide effective results.

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    We believe that our clients are our partners in business and we value the opportunity to work alongside them to achieve their business goals. With every good partnership there is mutual respect and we commit to actively listening and understanding our clients and their needs.

  • Responsive

    We focus on our clients’ needs and ensure that we respond with timely advice and provide services that address our clients’ needs and expectations. You can depend on us to deliver solutions.

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    The law is a dynamic and constantly changing arena. Your business and how legal changes affect you today and tomorrow is Paterson MacDougall’s business.

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Remembering our Friend and Colleague, Tim Trembley

Sadly, the partners of Paterson MacDougall LLP must announce the passing of their friend and long-time partner, Timothy Bruce Trembley. Throughout Tim’s career he served the firms’ clients with unmatched skill, integrity and tenacious determination. He will be deeply missed by his partners, family, friends, and colleagues. The partners and staff of PMLaw wish to […]

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New Notice Provisions under the Occupier’s Liability Act – Something Old, and Something New

Starting soon (we presently understand on January 1, 2021), claimants in Ontario who suffer an injury due to snow or ice on property other than on a road/sidewalk/boulevard (i.e. beyond the limits of a highway) must serve notice personally or via registered mail upon at least one of the “occupiers” of the property within 60 […]

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New Notice Provisions under the Occupier’s Liability Act – Something Old, and Something New

Starting soon (we presently understand on January 1, 2021), claimants in Ontario who suffer an injury due to snow or ice on property other than on a road/sidewalk/boulevard (i.e. beyond the limits of a highway) must serve notice personally or via registered mail upon at least one of the “occupiers” of the property within 60 […]

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