Morris is married with three children; is an active charity fundraiser, synagogue board member, and enjoys cycling, fitness, a good book and spending time with his family.
CALLED TO THE BAR: (ONTARIO) 1979
Areas of Practice:
- Real Estate, Banking and Corporate Finance.
- Certified Specialist - Real Estate Law
"The practice of law is about service; over and above what's expected. Clients deserve nothing less. We treat people the way we wish to be treated. We look beyond standard approaches. 'Making the deal happen' while protecting clients' interests requires looking at an issue from all angles and a creative approach to problem solving."
"It takes strategic thinking to examine a problem from your clients' viewpoint and understand how to maximize what you can achieve in any situation. I strive to put myself in the party's place, to see the issue from their particular perspective and to deal with the issues which are important to them. That's how innovative solutions are reached - they don't just happen."
Commercial Real Estate with extensive experience in land development, freehold and condominium developments, sale and purchase of subdivision lots, shopping centres, apartment buildings, commercial leasing, mortgage and other financing and mortgage remedies. Clients include large and small developers in southern Ontario, financial institutions and individual investors. Called to the Ontario Bar–1979
- Bachelor of Laws (LL.B), Osgoode Hall Law School, Toronto, 1977
- Commerce Program, University of Toronto 1972-1974
MEMBERSHIPS & ORGANIZATIONS
- Law Society of Upper Canada, 1979- Present
- Certified Specialist in Real Estate Law by Law Society of Upper Canada