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Aaron Grossman

Lenczner Slaght LLP | Toronto, Ontario, Canada

A lawyer since 2013


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Lenczner Slaght LLP
130 Adelaide Street West, Toronto, Ontario, Canada M5H 3P5
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Aaron I. Grossman plays a pivotal role at Lenczner Slaght as their go-to Construction Counsel. With a rich background in both structural engineering and law, Aaron brings a unique blend of expertise to the table, particularly in the realms of construction and real estate litigation. His dual proficiency enables him to navigate complex, technically demanding cases with ease, engaging with engineering and construction experts in their own vernacular for effective and triumphant client advocacy from start to finish.

Renowned for his ability to untangle the knots of intricate engineering and construction disagreements, Aaron leans on negotiation and mediation as key tools in his arsenal. His strategic, down-to-earth counsel is highly sought after by clients facing technical legal challenges, whether they unfold in courtrooms or corporate settings.

Before embarking on his legal career, Aaron dedicated himself to the study and practice of structural engineering, with a focus on the design and construction of buildings. His transition from a partner position at a well-regarded mid-sized Toronto law firm to Lenczner Slaght marks a significant milestone in his career trajectory.

Aaron’s competencies extend across arbitration, commercial litigation, construction and infrastructure disputes, and injunctions. Admitted to the Ontario Bar in 2013, his academic credentials include a JD from Osgoode Hall Law School obtained in 2012, and a Bachelor of Science in Civil and Environmental Engineering from the University of Western Ontario, awarded in 2007.


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