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Commission and Share Disputes

Commission and share disputes are often contentious and frequently litigated due to the significant resources at stake and the complexity of alternative compensation agreements. A successful approach to litigating or resolving disputes relating to commission or share disputes requires experienced counsel who possess the skills and experience necessary to navigate through the minutiae and intricacies of contracts and properly advise clients accordingly. It is therefore vital to ensure that you have an experienced and knowledgeable legal team on your side that gives you the best opportunity of resolving your commission or share dispute.

Specifically, our commission and share dispute services include reviewing and interpreting commission or share agreements; negotiating a resolution to commission or share disputes on behalf of our clients; and representation in commission or shares dispute litigation.

Our experienced lawyers are skilled at resolving commissions or share disputes and frequently assist clients in avoiding costly litigation where possible. Our lawyers are client-focused and will give you the right advice to ensure that your interests are protected. We have the experience and skill to deliver results in commission and share disputes.

We invite you to contact one of our experienced lawyers to discuss your needs.

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Pinto Wray James Reviewed by Mark C.

Their team is highly focused and incredibly professional - from our experience it would be difficult not to believe that Pinto Wray James LLP is one of Ontario's leading Firms in Labour and Employment law. The mindful client care and complete understanding of the case eased fears and the stress that comes with any legal dispute. Expect to find high-level smartly crafted legal solutions at Pinto Wray James LLP – could not recommend more.

Andrew Pinto was invited to co-chair the popular Annual Six Minute Employment Lawyer conference at the Law Society of Upper Canada.