Sheldon Inkol

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  • Called to the Bar of Ontario, 2012
  • J.D., Osgoode Hall Law School, 2011
  • B.F.A. , (Special Honours), York University, 1989
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Sheldon Inkol
 Overview

When clients need an advocate who thinks outside the box and comes up with creative solutions for complicated problems, they turn to Sheldon. Sheldon is not a typical litigator. He joined Blaney McMurtry after an extensive and successful career in the film and television industry as a freelance screenwriter, director and assistant director. Sheldon co-produced and co-directed his final feature film as an independent project at the same time he was attending law school.

Sheldon handles claims for defamation, professional negligence, breach of contract, product liability, personal injury and copyright infringement.

The skills Sheldon developed on high stress movie sets, with their impossible deadlines and difficult personalities, serve him well in the practice of law. Sheldon knows how to read people and assemble evidence so it tells the right story. His patience and insight make him particularly adept at dealing with vexatious litigants and complicated fact situations.

Sheldon regularly appears before the Ontario Superior Court of Justice. He has been successful at trial and on appeal, and a decision he obtained for summary judgment was upheld by the Ontario Court of Appeal, with the plaintiff’s application for leave to appeal refused by the Supreme Court of Canada.

 Education
  • J.D., Osgoode Hall Law School, 2011
  • B.F.A. , (Special Honours), York University, 1989
 Practice Areas  Called to the Bar
  • Called to the Bar of Ontario, 2012
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Recognition

 Speaking
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 Memberships

Memberships

  • Law Society of Ontario
  • Ontario Bar Association
  • The Advocates’ Society
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