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We wish you all health and strength during this challenging time.

Peter is an associate at Wagner Sidlofsky LLP and a member of the firm’s Estate and Commercial Litigation Groups.

Prior to joining the firm in May 2018, Peter worked as an associate at a boutique firm representing investors in securities class actions and commercial litigation matters. Peter completed his articles at the Crown Law Office-Civil, where he gained experience in a broad range of legal proceedings, including commercial litigation, class action defence, applications for judicial review, and Coroner’s Inquests.

  • The Advocates’ Society
  • The Law Society of Ontario

Gregory Sidlofsky and Peter Askew, “Avoiding mistakes: How technology can help wills and estates practitioners”
a) Part one of the abridged version was published by The Lawyer’s Daily part of Lexis Nexis Canada Inc.
b) Part two of the abridged version was published by The Lawyer’s Daily part of Lexis Nexis Canada Inc.
c) The unabridged version.

Peter Askew and Chares Wagner, “Defining Death –  The Court of Appeal Weighs in in McKitty v. Hayani 
a)  The abridged version published by The Lawyer’s Daily part of Lexis Nexis Canada Inc.
b) The unabridged version.

G. Sidlofsky and P. Askew, “Trustee Surcharge“, (18th Annual B’nai Brith Trusts and Estates Seminar: Trust Troubles – Litigation, Tax and Ethical Issues, June 4, 2019)

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