Walker Law is located in the downtown core of Toronto, Ontario and is a boutique commercial litigation law firm. We protect the interests of our clients by creating cost-effective strategies.
Our firm has over ten years of litigation experience, has settled over 200 cases, and has appeared before different levels of court on a wide range of matters that vary in size and complexity. The firm specializes in breach of contract, employment, and real property disputes.
The founder, Tanya Walker, is the first Black female Bencher (i.e. policy adviser) at the Law Society of Ontario in its 220-year history. Tanya and the firm have received numerous awards for various professional achievements.
Areas of Expertise
Walker Law has experience in settlement negotiations, mediation, arbitration, civil litigation and appeals. The firm specializes in the following areas:
Breach of Contract - Walker Law has represented both claimants and defendants in a variety breach of contract cases.
Employment - We represent individual employees with their employment and termination issues. We handle partnership disputes, profit sharing plans, employee contracts, confidentiality and trade secret agreements, employee manuals, terminations, union negotiations, litigation to enforce non-compete agreements, defending and prosecuting discrimination claims, and protecting trade secrets from use by former employees.
Real Property - Our litigation practice includes property disputes, commercial leases, construction deficiencies, and mortgages. We deal with fraudulent mortgages, fraudulent conveyances, asset protection and certificates of pending litigation. We handle Commercial Tenancies Act matters including distraints, lockouts and relief against forfeiture. We have represented clients with boundary disputes and construction lien issues. We act before Commercial Lien Court representing contractors and owners in the registration and discharge of liens. We have also represented clients suing for damages that arise from the failure to close on a sale of real property.
Other areas of practice include: liquidated debt or credit agreement disputes and franchise law disputes.
Canada (excluding Quebec)
Normal Geographical Limits to Practice
Greater Toronto Area
Dispute Resolution Services
Third Party Neutral
Accepts Collect Calls
Returns Long Distance Messages