Called to the bar in 2000, Bradley Phillips is an experienced litigation lawyer with a diverse practice history which enables him to provide a breadth of knowledge and experience to his clients. His practice includes commercial, estate and insurance litigation, including commercial landlord and tenant litigation and professional negligence defence work, as well as subrogation claims for insurers.
Brad has successfully acted as lead counsel at trials and on appeals before the Ontario Court of Appeal and has been involved in numerous motions and applications before the Superior Court of Justice.
Brad takes pride in providing practical, logical and efficient service to his clients and eliminating some of the “mystery” associated with the litigation process.
- The Advocates’ Society
- The Ontario Bar Association
- Toronto Lawyer’s Association
Bradley Phillips, “Supreme Court Expands Duty of Good Faith in Performance of Contracts”
a) The abridged version published by The Lawyer‘s Daily part of Lexis Nexis Canada Inc.
b) The unabridged version.
G. Sidlofsky and B. Phillips, “It’s Freezing in Here: The Estate Freeze and the Oppression Remedy” (17th Annual B’nai Brith Trusts and Estates Seminar: Estate Tax Planning Gone Awry, May 30, 2018)