Aaron Grossman is a problem solver. Working tirelessly in pursuit of his clients' goals, Aaron harnesses his problem solving skills to help them reach their objectives. Working both as an advocate in the courtroom and as guide to negotiated resolutions, Aaron is dedicated to providing exceptional service and value to his clients.
Senior counsel at the firm often seek out Aaron for assistance with complex claims in the areas of commercial litigation, real estate litigation, bankruptcy and insolvency, construction law and professional negligence.
Prior to attending law school, Aaron studied and practiced civil engineering, focusing on building design and construction. To this day, he continues to apply his engineering knowledge and skills by advising clients in the construction and real estate sectors. Clients appreciate that he can understand both the technical and legal aspects of disputes in these areas and they benefit from his ability to provide unparalleled insight and service as a result.
Aaron appears regularly before the Ontario Superior Court of Justice and the Commercial List.
•Engineers Canada/Engenieurs Canada v. MMI-IPCO, LLC, 2015 FC 839, 255 ACWS (3d) 721 -
Trade-Marks Opposition Board, Canadian Intellectual Property Office (July 9, 2015). Decision of the Federal Court arising from an appeal from the Trademarks Opposition Board, which held that POLARTEC ECO-ENGINEERING was registrable. Appellant sought a decision from the Federal Court to overturn the Board's decision. The respondent withdrew the application and succeeded on the issue of mootness.
Counsel to a public utility for a complex real estate appraisal arbitration.
Represents a Trustee in Bankruptcy in a fraudulent conveyance and preference action.
Counsel to an engineering firm for claims related to the installation of green heating and cooling systems.
Counsel to an equipment manufacturer in an arbitration relating to a contractual dispute
•Cash or Credit? - Posting Security for Liens post-Stuart Olson
•Written in Stone? The Supreme Court of Canada Solidifies the Use of the Factual Matrix in Contract Interpretation Cases
•Supreme Court Refines Ontario Litigation Rules: Aims for Lower Costs, More Accessible Civil Justice
•New CCDC Design-Build Contracts
•Speaker, Regulatory Framework for Green Buildings: Municipal & Provincial