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Alexander Baldanza Wilkinson

Associate

"I welcome a challenge. My oral and written advocacy skills allow me to achieve positive results for our clients."
Alexander WilkinsonAlexander Wilkinson

Bio

Alex articled at Hughes Amys and returned as an Associate following his Call to the Bar.  Since joining the firm, he practices in a number of the firm’s specialized practice areas, including property claims, subrogation, personal injury, accident benefits and priority disputes.  He attends regularly before the Ontario Superior Court of Justice, the Small Claims Court and the Financial Services Commission of Ontario.

In recent years, Alex worked on a number of political campaigns at all levels of government.

Education

  • Called to the Bar in Ontario in 2013
  • University of Ottawa, LL.B., 2012
  • Michigan State University College of Law, J.D., 2011
  • University of Toronto – St. Michael’s College, B.A. (Hons.), 2007

Affiliations

  • Law Society of Upper Canada
  • Canadian Bar Association
  • Toronto Lawyers' Association
  • Canadian Defence Lawyers
  • Ontario Bar Association
  • The Advocates' Society

Involvement

  • First Place, 2010 American Bar Association Negotiation Competition (Ottawa)
  • 2011 IRPP Constitutional Affairs Essay Competition Winner

Decisions

May
02
2017

Sanclemente v. Irwin

2017 ONSC 2249

May
02
2017

Laurin v. Insight Inspection Services of Simcoe County Inc. (unreported)

May
02
2016

Subramaniam v. Bhawaneesingh

2016 ONSC 4890

May
02
2016

Schaefer v. Ayeneababa

2016 ONSC 3673

May
02
2015

French v. H & R Property Management Ltd.

2015 ONSC 5053

Dec
10
2013

Searay v. Tripp

09-10854 | 2013 ONSC 7597

Papers & Publications

Feb
2013
Noteworthy

Issue 2 - Ontario Superior Court declares one-year limitation period does not apply to multi-peril policies

In a recent Ontario Superior Court decision, Boyce v. Cooperators General Insurance, 2012 ONSC 6381, Justice Quigley held that the two-year limitation period in the Limitations Act, 2002 applied to a claim under a business insurance policy that included multi-peril property coverage. The insurer had asserted that the one-year limitation incorporated into the policy by way of the fire insurance statutory conditions applied.

Publications of Note

News

Aug
01
2013

Hughes Amys LLP would like to welcome our new associate, Alexander B. Wilkinson, to our Toronto office.

  • Canadian Lawyer - Top 10 Boutique 2017-18
  • The ARC Group
  • Best Lawyers 2017
  • Canadian Legal Lexpert Directory 2016

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