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Richard Shekter: A fierce advocate in complex cases - By Advocatedaily.com

Feb 22, 2017
Being embroiled in a legal dispute is one of the most stressful situations people will face, and having an experienced advocate to help them navigate the justice system can make all the difference, says Toronto civil litigator Richard Shekter. For individuals and businesses, legal disputes can be complex, time-consuming and costly, and everyone deserves an advocate who can walk them through the process, says Shekter, a partner with Shekter Sychtenberg LLP, a Bay Street litigation law firm. “The most effective advocates are fierce and have a combination of brilliance, compassion and experience,” he tells AdvocateDaily.com. Over the past 30 years, he has worked on a number of leading cases in criminal, civil, health, personal injury, corporate, medical malpractice, employment law, and administrative litigation.

 

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