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Kayla Kwinter

Torkin Manes LLP | Toronto, Ontario, Canada

A lawyer since 2013


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Torkin Manes LLP
151 Yonge Street, Toronto, Ontario, Canada M5C 2W7
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Kayla, a pivotal partner in the Construction Law and Litigation Groups of the firm, offers comprehensive legal guidance across the entire lifespan of construction projects. Her role involves drafting and negotiating contracts, smoothly steering clients through project challenges, and representing them in litigation disputes.

With a strategic and insightful advocacy style, Kayla navigates the complex terrain of the construction industry, providing clients with a balanced and effective legal strategy. Her clientele, ranging from general contractors and subcontractors to architects, engineers, and both public and private sector owners, including cities, depend on her adept legal advice to achieve positive outcomes in various construction-related litigations, always with a keen eye on their best interests.

Kayla's proficiency in the Construction Act is notable, as is her extensive experience in handling intricate litigation cases. Her courtroom presence is marked by regular engagements with Judges and Associate Judges at the Superior Court of Justice, Construction Lien Associate Judges, and the Ontario Court of Appeal.

Her commitment to the legal community extends beyond her practice at Torkin Manes LLP. From 2018-2021, Kayla was elected to the Ontario Bar Association’s Construction and Infrastructure Law Executive by her peers, acknowledging her leadership and expertise. At Torkin Manes, she leads the Women’s Initiatives & Training and co-chairs the firm’s Diversity & Inclusion Committee, underscoring her dedication to fostering an inclusive and empowering professional environment.

Her legal journey is distinguished by her admission to the Ontario Bar in 2013, following her education at Queen's University where she earned a JD in 2012 and a BA in 2009. Kayla’s blend of legal acumen, strategic litigation skills, and commitment to community and diversity initiatives position her as a dynamic and influential figure in the construction law and litigation fields.


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