Legal Disclaimer

The content on this web site is provided for general information purposes only and does not constitute legal or other professional advice or an opinion of any kind. Users of this web site are advised to seek specific legal advice by contacting members of Northview Law (or their own legal counsel) regarding any specific legal issues.

Northview Law does not warrant or guarantee the quality, accuracy or completeness of any information on this web site. The articles published on this web site are current as of their original date of publication, but should not be relied upon as accurate, timely or fit for any particular purpose. Accessing or using this web site does not create a lawyer-client relationship.

Although your use of the web site may facilitate access to or communications with members of Northview Law via e-mail transmissions or otherwise via the web site, receipt of any such communications or transmissions by any member of Northview Law does not create a lawyer client relationship. Northview Law does not guarantee the security or confidentiality of any communications made by e-mail or otherwise through this web site.

This web site may contain links to third party web sites. Monitoring the vast information disseminated and accessible through those links is beyond our resources and Northview Law does not attempt to do so. Links are provided for convenience only and Northview Law does not endorse the information contained in linked web sites nor guarantee its accuracy, timeliness or fitness for a particular purpose.

Privacy Policy


Northview Law is committed to protecting the personal information that we collect over the normal course of our business providing legal services. As lawyers regulated by the Law Society of Ontario, we have both professional and ethical obligations to our clients. This privacy policy outlines general terms between Northview Law and our website users (“you”).

What Personal Information Do We Collect?

Over the course of our professional relationship, we may collect personal information including your name, home contact information, information relevant to the matter at hand, billing information, and any other information surrounding the normal course of our business at Northview Law.

Why Do We Collect Your Information?

By collecting your information, we are able to provide you with the best possible legal service, including but not limited to the following purposes:

  • Establishing and developing client relationships and providing legal services while checking and avoiding any conflicts of interest;
  • Representing clients in business transactions, thus necessitating the exchange and disclosure of personal information through purchase, sale, lease, merger, and any other type of acquisition;
  • Facilitating the creation of Northview’s document management systems in order to serve our clients in a quick and convenient manner;
  • As permitted by, and to comply with, applicable legal and regulatory requirements or provisions.


Northview will obtain consent of the collection, use, and disclosure of your personal information. We assume that consent has been given when an individual contacts us voluntarily and provides their basic personal information. Clients who retain us for our legal services are also assumed to have consented to the collection of their personal information to serve their legal needs. Pursuant to the rules of professional conduct that a lawyer must abide by, we do not disclose information that is subject to solicitor-client privilege unless this privilege is waived or we are required to disclose such information by law.