Jeffrey C. Silver
Jeffrey Silver, a sole practitioner operating Jeffrey C. Silver Barrister in Toronto, focuses on commercial litigation and construction law.
He graduated from the University of Toronto with a Bachelor of Arts in economics, history and psychology in 1983, before earning his Bachelor of Laws from Osgoode Hall Law School in 1986. Mr. Silver was admitted to the Ontario Bar in 1988.
He has spent more than 30 years focusing on commercial litigation such as contract formation and construction lien law and his clients include architects, accountants, manufacturers, and small business owners.
In the area of construction law, Mr. Silver has represented custom home and condominium builders, general contractors, trades, sub-trades, and suppliers for such matters as claims for deficiencies, delays, or extras, and professional negligence.
In addition, Mr. Silver is involved in developing seminars on legal ethics and professionalism that are accredited by the Law Society of Ontario.
He has been a director for a large not-for-profit institution, has served on the executive committee of the Ontario Bar Association, and is a member of The Advocates’ Society.