Kurt Pearson is Partner and head of our Litigation group.
He graduated from Queen’s University with his LL.B. in 1989. He appears frequently on the plaintiff and defence side before the trial and appellate courts in Ontario where he represents individuals, corporations, and the firm’s numerous institutional and municipal clients on several contested matters.
Kurt has previously taught segments of the Civil Procedure component at the Law Society of Upper Canada’s Bar Admission Course and has been a sessional lecturer in Appellate Advocacy at Queen’s University Faculty of Law. Today, he supports clients in the following matters:
- Power of attorney and estate litigation
- Real estate disputes (including breach of Agreement of Purchase and Sale, easement disputes and possessory claims)
- Construction liens
- Commercial disputes
- Contract disputes
- Personal injury matters
- Motor vehicle claims
- Occupiers’ liability actions
- Life and disability claims
- Property damage claims
- Professional negligence claims
- At administrative tribunals such as the Alcohol and Gaming Commission, WSIB and CPP
Kurt played varsity hockey at Queen’s and Michigan Technological University and continues to be an active participant in many local community sports and recreational activities. When he is not at work, he enjoys travelling with family and friends and spending time exploring Kingston with his wife, Vicky, and their four children.