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  • Called to bar – 1976
  • B.A. - Glendon College, York University 1971
  • LL.B. - University of Toronto 1974
  • LL.M. (Public Law) – Osgoode Hall Law School 1983

  • Business Immigration
  • Municipal Law

Ron has taught Law and Planning at the University of Toronto Law School, and Public Law for the Law Society of Upper Canada in the Bar Admission Course.  He has spoken at numerous continuing education programs on municipal and planning topics.  Ron has served as Chair of the Municipal and Infrastructure Committees of the Toronto Board of Trade, and the City of Toronto Casa Loma Advisory Committee.

  • Space for All - Options for a GTA Greenlands Strategy
  • Regulatory Framework for Shoreline Regeneration
  • Winning Advocacy at City Council
  • Municipal Law Updates 2008-2012

Profile

Ron practices planning and municipal law for landowners, developers, builders, institutions and residents. He appears regularly before municipal councils, the Ontario Municipal Board and courts on municipal and development matters, and has obtained approvals for residential, commercial, industrial and recreational projects. Ron also acts as an arbitrator and mediator in municipal and planning matters.

 
 

Services  

  • Official Plan Amendments
  • Rezonings
  • Plans of subdivision
  • Consents and Minor Variances
  • Site Plan Approvals
  • Building Permits  
  • Property taxes, development charges & levies
  • By-law approvals and charges
  • Environmental Approvals  
  • Expropriation and compensation
 

Experience

Ron has more than 24 years of experience in private practice.  He currently sits on the Tarion Builder Arbitration roster, and previously served as a municipal councillor and provincial legislator. Ron’s expertise led to Macdonald Sager Manis being named “1of the top 20 development law firms in Toronto.” Ron is also frequently asked to comment on municipal & planning matters by the media.