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Justin W. Anisman


Justin W. Anisman’s civil litigation practice at Brauti Thorning LLP encompasses complex litigation files with an emphasis on commercial and contractual disputes and employment law matters for both employees and employers. He has extensive experience in the day to day handling of a large volume litigation practice and has represented clients before all levels of Ontario Courts, including the Superior Court of Justice, the Provincial Court of Justice and the Ontario Court of Appeal, as well as the Supreme Court of Canada.

Justin is founder and on the Board of Directors of the Advocates for the Rule of Law - a non-profit dedicated to promoting constitutionalism and the rule of law across Canada. He also is the author of the Ontario Employment Law blog, Legally Speaking.

  • Baradaran v LawPro
    2017 ONCA 304
  • Justin Anisman successfully acted on behalf of the Lawyers’ Professional Indemnity Company resulting in a dismissal by the Ontario Court of Appeal with costs.
  • Allianze Power Corp v Pirouzi
    Ontario Superior Court of Justice – Small Claims Court
  • Acting on behalf of the defendant by counterclaim’s subrogating insurance company, Justin Anisman sucesfully dismissed the Allianze’s counterclaim on summary judgment motion.
    Read More:  The Best Defense is Not Always a Good Offense  
  • Price (LawPro) v Lambrinos
    2016 ONSC 7877
  • Successfully defended lawyer-client on behalf of the Lawyer’s Professional Indemnity Company (LawPro) from an unmeritorious claim by a self-represented litigant.
  • Baradaran v LawPro et al
    2016 ONSC 5089
  • Successfully defended application on behalf of the Lawyers’ Professional Indemnity Company (LawPro) against judgement-creditor concerning allegations of the improvident sale of real property, fraud, negligence and conspiracy.
  • Chapeski v Curtis Trailers
    Ontario Superior Court of Justice – Small Claims Court
  • Justin Anisman acted as counsel for the successful plaintiffs and their subrogating insurer against a negligent welder.
    Read More: Landscapper Succeeds Against Negligent Welder
  • Meron v 2182804 Ontario Ltd
    2015 ONSC 1966
  • Represented successful vendor in claim for damages against defaulting purchasers of real commercial property. Purchasers walked away from transaction after changes to Toronto by-laws in week before closing and alleged that the vendor misrepresented the use for which the commercial property could be put.