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Jack A. Rotsztain - Toronto, ON

25 Sheppard Avenue WestSuite 1100Toronto, ON M2N 6S6, Canada

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Updated: 05/04/2012

Toronto Business Law Lawyer


Jack is a senior partner of KRMC and has been with the firm since his call to the Bar in 1975. He serves as a member of the Executive Committee responsible for managing the firm. Jack brings a depth of understanding and over 35 years of experience to his practice in the areas of business law, real estate and leasing law, and wills, estates and trust law.

Jack advises clients across a variety of industries. His business clients include several large national and multi-national...

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