Dan Rosman

Dan Rosman

Areas of Practice: Civil Litigation, Estate Litigation

Areas of Service: Toronto (GTA); Outside of Toronto clients also served, after initial in-person consultation in Toronto

Phone: (647) 646-2001

Email: dan.rosman@minsterlaw.ca

Dan Rosman offers unbundled services/limited scope retainers mainly in the areas of estates litigation, civil fraud, defamation, and contract dispute litigation.  Dan provides legal solutions to both individuals and businesses across the Greater Toronto Area.

Dan studied law at both the University of Ottawa and the University of Toronto.  He is a member of the Advocates’ Society and the Ontario Bar Association.  He sits as a Member-at-Large of the Canadian Bar Association YLD Executive Committee and as the Regional Representative of the Ontario Bar Association YLD Executive Committee.  Dan has experience before various courts and tribunals across Ontario.

Dan strives to give his clients expert advocacy and the utmost personal attention. His practice is built on attention to detail, meticulous preparation, and quality advocacy. He keeps a small caseload to insure that each matter gets the attention it deserves.

You should contact Dan if:

  • You are being sued;
  • Think you may need to sue an individual or business;
  • You need legal advice because are not sure how to proceed.

Dan understands that litigation is expensive and believes that legal fees are a significant obstacle to justice in Ontario.

Unbundled legal services are a way to help litigants save money by assigning some work to the lawyer and some work to the client.  With an unbundled, or “limited scope” retainer, you only hire Dan to complete a specific task, or tasks, within your litigation.  These could include:

  • Drafting the certain legal document you need;
  • Conducting legal research into your specific problem, or part of your problem;
  • Advising on how to proceed with your distinct situation; or
  • Appearing at your hearing.

Fees are determined by the scope of the specific work needed.  As no two cases are the same, a consultation is required to determine what services to include in the retainer.  Clients can retain Dan on an hourly or flat-fee basis.

 

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