Municipal Law Chambers moves head office to Downtown Oakville

Since its inception, MLC had been located in the financial district of downtown Toronto, initially in BCE Place and then for the latter five years in Dundee Financial. In early 2015 we decided to relocate our offices to beautiful downtown Oakville with our move to the RBC building occurring in October 2016.

Oakville Mayor Rob Burton welcomes MLC from Downtown Toronto to Downtown Oakville

Immediately upon our move we were warmly welcomed by Mayor Burton and by the very successful Oakville Chamber of Commerce.

Milovan Prelevic brings his Tax Law expertise to MLC

Highly skillled in Tax Law, Milovan is a welcome addition to MLC.  He has studied at Princeton University (Bachelor of Arts, 1998), The University of Western Ontario (Bachelor of Laws with Distinction, 2001), and the University of Cambridge (Master of Law in Taxation, 2004).

He has published numerous articles and has accepted speaking engagements at York University and Osgoode Hall Law School.

Milovan is fluent in English, French, Serbo-Croation and Russian.

Meet Stephanie Fleming

Stephanie Fleming is a law student and full-time legal assistant to Zaid Sayeed at Municipal Law Chambers.

She received her Bachelor of Arts (Hons.) in Law and History from Carleton University and spent the following five years as a teacher in Japan. Subsequently, she moved to the UK and attended the University of Sheffield, there obtaining both a Graduate Diploma in Law and Postgraduate Diploma in Legal Practice.

After graduating, Stephanie remained in Sheffield and worked in the conveyancing department of a local law firm. She is currently working towards converting her UK legal degrees to Canadian equivalents and joining the Ontario bar.

Meet Darlene Hornsby

Darlene is a very experienced legal assistant and Office Manager who provides excellent advice and assistance to MLC’s busy lawyers. If you need immediate assistance and are unable to reach the lawyer you are attempting to contact, please feel free to email or call Darlene at her contact information below.

T: 416-955-9533
F: 416-955-9532

Terry Korsiak drops by our new office

Gord Petch in Gord’s office working closely with Terry Korsiak of Korsiak Urban Planning.

Since 1998, Korsiak Urban Planning has been providing a full range of urban planning services to the development industry. KORSIAK has been responsible for the design and planning approval of over 40,000 residential units and over 600 hectares (1,500 acres) of commercial, industrial, institutional and recreational uses.

Melrose Investments is now walking distance from MLC

Russ with Silvio Guglietti (l) and Adam Cairns in the Melrose boardroom. Melrose’s exciting new Randall Condominium development can be seen through the window behind them.

A family business since 1973, Melrose Investments Inc. specializes in the entire spectrum of industrial, office, retail and warehousing space.

Brian Bell brings his Labour Law expertise to MLC

Brian has more than 30 years accumulated experience as a Human Resources Generalist. He has represented employers as well as employees at various Tribunal processes such as Human Rights, Ministry of Labour, CPP Disability and LTD Benefit Appeals.

Gord Petch and the Advocates For Effective OMB Reform express their views in a letter to Premier Kathleen Wynn

We are writing to express our dismay and serious concern with the lack of respect for the due process of law your Government is showing with the manner in which it is proceeding with Bill 139, Building Better Communities and Conserving Watersheds Act, 2017. . . . more

Gord Petch joins the Downtown Oakville BIA Board of Directors

Dear BIA members,
We would like to thank everyone who applied for the vacant seat on the BIA Board of Directors – we appreciate your interest in supporting the BIA and Downtown Oakville . . . more

Letter To The Editor (Toronto Star) by Gord Petch

New OMB bill is badly flawed but being rushed through by Wynne

Your article on OMB reform and the confusion arising from Bill 139 is solely attributable to Premier Kathleen Wynne’s desire to expedite the bill’s approval . . . more

Read the article Gord was responding to here.

MLC Christmas lunch at Seasons Restaurant in Downtown Oakville

A great time was had by all!