Our firm understands that litigation is always the last alternative that a client wishes to engage in. Our team is resolution focussed yet understands that in some situations, the aid of the court is the only means to ensure a fair outcome. We ensure that we have the right team member advancing your file to not only minimize the costs but provide the desired outcome.
K.R. primarily litigates shareholder disputes and complex family and estates matters. He also provides general counsel to small and medium sized businesses and assists clients with estate planning and the administration of estates.
K.R. commenced his legal career with a large national law firm in Toronto. During this time, he was seconded to the Ontario Securities Commission’s litigation section of the Enforcement Branch. He subsequently managed a litigation boutique firm in Toronto. K.R. served as an Assistant Crown Attorney in the Downtown Toronto office, focussing on prosecuting financial crimes, including fraudulent loan and insurance schemes, breach of trust matters and investment related frauds.
K.R. has served as General Counsel at a mid-sized company located in the Niagara Region and was responsible for any array of matters ranging from commercial litigation, collections, employment law, including employee investigations, human rights claims, immigration matters and other commercial matters concerning jurisdictional issues with respect to conducting business in the US.
Before becoming a lawyer, K.R. served as a police officer with the Niagara Regional Police Service. In this role, he acquired invaluable experience in conducting investigations. In addition, K.R. is the former owner of a retail wireless telecommunications company that operated several retail outlets throughout Ontario. K.R. also served as lead pastor of a local church for several years. In addition, K.R. previously hosted the national television show “Canadian Justice”.
K.R.’s background allows him to address complicated litigation with a view to identify the best means to resolve a matter, either through negotiations or litigation.
K.R. majored in Political Science at Brock University before entering law school. He completed his law degree at the Queen’s University Law School and went on to complete a joint Master of Business Administration degree with Northwestern University’s Kellogg School of Management and York University's Schulich School of Business.
Christian Legal Fellowship
Collaborative Practice Niagara
Niagara Chamber of Commerce