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401-60 St. Clair Avenue East, Toronto, Ontario M4T 1N5
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Meticulous Toronto Lawyer Protects Your Interests

Tenacity and attention to detail

Neal H. Roth, Lawyer has been representing the legal interests of clients in the GTA (Greater Toronto Area) since 1982. In his three decades of service, he has assisted both individuals and small to medium-sized businesses in achieving their goals in court. He has become known for his ethical dealings with clients and aggressive stance in court when defending clients’ rights.

Preparation is everything

The number one compliment that Neal H. Roth receives from judges is how well-prepared he is when trying a case. He will look at an issue from all angles and make sure that he has a response for anything the opposing counsel brings up. When you retain Mr. Roth’s services, you’ll find that he leaves no stone unturned in his thoroughness, poring over every detail of the case until he knows it inside and out and is able to find and point out inconsistencies that can sway a case in your favor.

Setting the bar high

Neal H. Roth, Lawyer has tried a variety of cases that became landmarks, setting precedent for legal decisions that followed. He is proud to have taken part in historical cases such as:
Beals v. Saldanha, [2003] S.C.J. No. 77
Heritage Masonry Ltd. v. Building Team Ltd. (1995), 28 C.L.R. (2d) 101 (Gen. Div.), affirmed May 27, 1996, Divisional Court
Webster v. Decorceiling [1993] O.J. No. 1453

Practical application of the law

Whether you are a plaintiff or a defendant, when you meet with Neal H. Roth, you will find him to be a forthright counselor, speaking truth regarding your case that you need to hear. Using his experience and vast and intimate knowledge of the Ontario court system, he will assist you in setting realistic goals and forming strategies with which to attain them.

Areas of law

Neal H. Roth’s career has spanned 30 years and, in that time, he has gained valuable experience within a plethora of different areas of law. From litigation and estate law to residential real estate (it is always better to have an attorney review the real estate contract prior to signing it), Neal H. Roth meets your need for a shrewd counselor with a winning record. He can handle:

Contact a Toronto lawyer for a free consultation

A free consultation is the first step toward resolving your legal issues. When you make an appointment to come into Neal H. Roth’s conveniently located Toronto office, he performs a preliminary analysis of your case, and together, you can determine if his firm is right for you. You owe it to yourself to secure the very best representation available. Call Ontario’s Neal H. Roth today at 416-351-7706, or contact him online.

Free Initial Consultation

There are several reasons for offering a free consultation.
It gives you an opportunity to state why you need, or believe you need, to retain a lawyer.
It gives us both an opportunity to determine if your needs can be met by my practice. In this regard, a preliminary assessment of your case is performed. By identifying yourself and the parties involved, there is an early opportunity to consider whether a conflict of interest might arise. It gives you an opportunity to gain some preliminary understanding of the work that might be involved and the cost to achieve your goal. It also gives us an opportunity to determine whether we will work well together.

The free initial consultation is not designed for, nor does it permit, the giving of free legal advice.

Whether the consultation is done over the telephone, by e-mail, or in person, or whether the simple fact that there has been a consultation does not mean that I am retained to act for you in any manner. To the contrary, I will only consider myself as being retained as your lawyer after there is a duly signed written retainer agreement and, if and when required by the written retainer agreement, receipt of the specified monetary retainer.

All of this helps to determine the exact terms of the relationship or, in some cases, the non-relationship. These conditions serve to protect both you and me.