Chris Jaglowitz is a litigation and dispute resolution lawyer who uses innovative approaches and effective
strategies to bring a timely and economical resolution to a wide variety of disputes, particularly those related to condominiums.
He appears in a wide variety of cases and appeals in the Superior Court of Justice,
the Divisional Court, the Ontario Court of Appeal and the Federal Court of Canada, including:
- business, contract, construction and real estate disputes;
- debt collection and bankruptcy proceedings;
- fraud and proceeds of crime recovery;
- professional negligence claims;
- contested wills and administration of estates;
- condominium rule enforcement applications; and
- condominium lien and power of sale proceedings.
Chris also provides counsel to individual, corporate and condominium clients in regulatory and quasi-criminal
matters in Court and before such bodies as the Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario, the Technical Standards and Safety Authority, the Landlord and Tenant Board, License Appeal Tribunal, and the Ontario Human Rights Commission.
Outside of Court, Chris acts for condominium corporations and unit owners in private mediation and arbitration
proceedings under the Condominium Act, 1998 in disputes dealing with such things as reciprocal
agreements and “people, pets and parking.” In addition to providing counsel on such cases,
Chris now offers his services as a neutral arbitrator for any type of condominium dispute.
Through his association with Pro Bono Law Ontario and its Volunteer Lawyer Service, Chris assists a number of charitable
and not-for-profit organizations in providing their good work to the communities they serve.
Chris is a native of Delhi, Ontario, a graduate of McMaster University, the University of Windsor law school and the advanced civil litigation
section of the Law Society Bar Admission Course. He was called to the Ontario Bar in 2001.
Since joining GMA in 2003, Chris has been actively involved in both the condominium industry and the civil litigation bar.
He serves as a member of the ACMO Associates Executive, is a recipient of
the “Associate of the Canadian
Condominium Institute” (ACCI) designation, and is an executive member of the Civil Litigation
Section of the Ontario Bar Association. He also writes and lectures on condominium law and civil litigation
topics at seminars, conferences and courses for legal professionals, property managers and condominium directors and owners.
Chris is editor-in-chief of The Ontario Condo Law Blog.
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