Dominik joined Azevedo & Nelson after articling at a law firm focused predominantly on the practice of personal injury law. He worked in all aspects of civil litigation, gaining experience representing clients before the Superior Court of Justice. He also helped clients resolve disputes arising from the denial of accident benefits and wrongful dismissal claims.
Jaspreet joined Azevedo and Nelson in 2022 as associate lawyer, handling real estate and estates. Jaspreet’s practice involves a variety of real estate matters with particular emphasis on residential purchase and sale transactions, title transfers, survivorship applications, and private and mortgage transactions. Jaspreet gets to know her clients and communicates with them throughout the transaction; ensuring the transaction is as simple, straight-forward and stress free as possible for everyone. Jaspreet’s wills and estates practice encompasses estate planning and administration. Her ability to empathize and sympathize with clients during a time of extreme grief has garnered her repeat and referral clients.
William Ribeiro has specialized in commercial and civil litigation since his call to the bar. His practice includes a wide variety of contractual disputes, emphasizing construction lien law and other construction-related matters. He represents a variety of owners, builders, general contractors, subcontractors and material suppliers in a wide array of construction-related disputes. He has appeared before all levels of the Ontario Courts.
Rebecca Nelson has practiced personal injury exclusively since being called to the bar in 1992. Rebecca has represented victims of motor vehicle accidents, slip-and-fall injuries and assaults. She also handles short-term and long-term disability claims and appeals for Canada Pension Plan disability benefits. Since 1992, she has developed extensive experience handling claims involving all types of injuries including chronic pain,
After completing two years of undergraduate studies at York University, Antonio fast tracked into Osgoode Hall Law School. While at Law School he contributed to the student newspaper Obiter Dicta, participated in CLASP – the community legal clinic, and conducted independent research on emerging legal issues.