At Legge & Legge, we provide a wide range of civil litigation and alternative dispute resolution services at all levels of Ontario and Federal Courts, including the Supreme Court of Canada. Lawyers working in litigation at Legge & Legge are John Legge, David Steeves, and Monica Zamfir. 

The litigation group brings with it a diverse background in legal experience. Our clients have included large and small corporations, representative plaintiffs in provincial and national class actions, as well as individual plaintiffs and defendants. Our lawyers have represented clients in a range of matters, including: dental malpractice, medical malpractice, professional negligence, extra-jurisdictional disputes, admiralty, and contract and employment disputes. The lawyers of Legge & Legge discuss with their clients the possible outcomes and risks of beginning or continuing with litigation and canvass costs and alternatives at each stage.

Our litigation services include: ADR/arbitration, appellate litigation, class actions, corporate governance & securities litigation, franchise litigation, libel & slander, pension litigation, personal injury, product liability, dental malpractice, medical malpractice, professional negligence, public law & constitutional litigation, and family law litigation.


Please refer to our Alternative Dispute Resolution section and our Family Law section.


Legge & Legge's litigation group can provide representation in appeal cases. Our lawyers have successfully acted for clients at the Ontario Court of Appeal, the Federal Court of Appeal and the Supreme Court of Canada.


Litigating class actions in Ontario involves complex rules, legislation and administrative handling. Legge & Legge lawyers have experience in successfully navigating the complex rules and administrative burdens of pursuing claims for class action claimants.


When serious injuries occur that were caused or in part caused by the actions or omissions of another, the injured party should seek immediate legal advice. The litigation lawyers of Legge & Legge are well versed in the limitation period rules that may prohibit a plaintiff from pursuing an otherwise valid legal remedy. Our lawyers discuss with the clients the strengths and weaknesses of their particular case and how to proceed if the client and lawyer believe that it would be advisable to do so.