(416) 365-9320 | Suite 200, 70 Bond Street, Toronto, Ontario, Canada M5B 1X3
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Harvin David Pitch

Partner

Direct Phone: 416-865-5310
Office Phone: 416-365-9320
Fax: 416-365-9320
hpitch@teplitskyllp.com

Assistant

Sonia Pillitteri
Phone: 416-365-9320 x139
spillitteri@teplitskyllp.com

PRACTICE AREAS

Class Actions

Commercial Litigation

Professional Negligence

Real Estate and Municipal Law Related Disputes


WORKS WITH

Adam Brunswick

Stephen Brunswick

Vanessa Ford

Matthew Sokolsky

Harvin David Pitch

Harvin Pitch is a partner at Teplitsky LLP. He was called to the Bar in 1970 and has practised civil litigation ever since. He holds an LLM from Harvard Law School. He is the author of a text “Damages for Breach of Contract” published by Carswell in a three ring loose leaf and is updated quarterly.

Harvin Pitch has lectured for the Canadian Institute, Canadian Bar Association (Ontario), Osgoode, Law Society and the Advocates Society. He was an instructor in the Bar Admission Course (civil litigation for 10 years).

His practice is primarily in the area of commercial litigation, class actions and torts.

With respect to class actions, he has been involved in the Hepatitis C class action and recently in the Sunrise Propane Explosion as one of the lead counsel for the plaintiffs. With respect to torts, he acted for plaintiffs who were sexually abused at the Maple Leaf Gardens in 1999 and again in 2009 when new cases came to light.

He has practised before all of the courts in Ontario.

In addition he is an expert in commercial litigation with emphasis on real estate litigation.


DePuy ASR Class Action

Settlement Approval

We are pleased to announce that the settlement agreement has been approved by the court. The deadline to submit a claim under this settlement is March 14, 2022. The notice of settlement approval is available in English here, or in French here.


Bar
Ontario 1970

Professional Memberships:
  • Canadian Bar Association
  • The Association of Trial Lawyers of America
  • The Advocates Society

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