|Ken Jones was called to the Ontario Bar in 1989 and has
pursued a career spanning a broad range of litigious matters.
He has appeared as trial and appellate counsel at all levels of
court in Ontario and at the Supreme Court of Canada, as well as
, and before various administrative tribunals, including the
Discipline Committee of the Law Society of Upper Canada, the
Investment Dealers' Association, Market Regulation Services,
the Ontario Securities Commission and the Association of
Ontario Land Surveyors.
Ken has represented both plaintiffs and defendants in a wide
variety of cases, including professional negligence and
insurance actions, oppression remedy and shareholder dispute
cases, contract disputes, real estate litigation, wrongful dismissal
and employment related proceedings, and other commercial
In addition, he has appeared as counsel before Commissions of
Inquiry and has served as both prosecuting and defending
counsel in various regulatory matters under such legislation as
the Workplace Safety and Insurance Act, the Real Estate and
Business Brokers Act and the Environmental Standards Act.
Mr. Jones has served as an Instructor for the Law Society of
Upper Canada's Bar Admission Course in both the Civil
Litigation and Public Law sections. He is a member of the
Canadian Bar Association (Ontario) and the Toronto Lawyers