Christopher Salazar is a litigation partner based in the Barrie office. Christopher has a very broad litigation practice and specializes in complicated disputes which require urgent legal action. Christopher has successfully commenced interim and interlocutory injunctive motions on short or no notice on behalf of his clients including, but not limited to cases of fraud (Mareva injunctions), unlawful corporate-commercial practices, breach of contract and non-competition contract clauses, elder abuse and trademark infringement.
Christopher has developed a talent for quickly identifying the core legal issues in a dispute and he approaches litigation in a practical and straightforward manner which allows him to obtain positive and cost-effective results for his clients.
Christopher actively represents his clients at all levels of the Superior Court of Ontario and the Ontario Provincial Court with respect to wrongful dismissal and employment law, construction law, estate ligation, fraud, corporate commercial disputes including oppression remedy claims, the defence of regulatory offences and all manner of litigation dealing with real property including Partition Act applications.
When he is not practising law and advocating on behalf of his clients, Christopher is the proud father of two young daughters and spends his free time enjoying all things involved with being a dad. In his former life, Christopher was a world traveler, avid scuba diver and garage-band musician.
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Legal Education: LL.B., University of Leicester, BA, University of Western Ontario
Admitted to Bar: 2012
Professional Involvement: Member, Advocates Society, Member, Ontario Bar Association, Member, Canadian Bar Association
What my Clients are saying about me...
Thank you for your great patience during the preparation for trial and the testimony that followed. If I did anything well, it was because of you. This experience also gave me a firsthand look at your intelligence and wonderful sense of humour.