Kerry Nash

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  • Called to the Bar of Ontario, 2009
  • LL.B., University of Ottawa, 2008
  • M.A., University of Guelph, 2003
  • B.A., (Honours), University of Guelph, 2001
Kerry Nash
 Overview

Kerry is a creative, out-of-the box litigator. Whether his client’s focus is on early and reasonable resolution of a claim or precedent-setting case law, clients trust Kerry’s analytical approach and industrious work ethic to achieve meaningful and cost-effective results. Kerry is known for his ability to distil clarity from complexity and for developing a results-oriented strategic approach at the outset of every file.  

Kerry has a broad insurance litigation practice. His practice includes defending occupier’s liability and other personal injury matters as well as defence of property damage and product liability claims involving individual, commercial, insurance and municipal clients.  He has considerable experience defending professionals, most notably lawyers, police officers and health care practitioners dealing with professional negligence matters.             

Kerry is an active advocate. He has appeared before the Superior Court of Justice, the Ontario Divisional Court, the Ontario Court of Appeal and the Supreme Court of Canada.    

 Education
  • LL.B., University of Ottawa, 2008
  • M.A., University of Guelph, 2003
  • B.A., (Honours), University of Guelph, 2001
 Practice Areas  Called to the Bar
  • Called to the Bar of Ontario, 2009
 Assistant  Experience
  • Co-counsel before the Supreme Court of Canada on behalf of Niagara Police on the application of estoppel to a civil claim by a public complaints hearing

  • Successful trial defences in several professional negligence and personal injury actions

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 Memberships

Memberships

  • Law Society of Ontario
  • Ontario Bar Association
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