Stephen D’Agostino Featured In Law Times Article “Highway Project Raises New Legal Issues For Property Owners Facing Expropriation”

Stephen D'Agostino in Law Times | by Aidan Macnab | Aug. 20, 2020

Stephen D'Agostino Featured In Law Times Article "Highway Project Raises New Legal Issues For Property Owners Facing Expropriation" Thomson Rogers managing partner Stephen D’Agostino is featured in a Law Times article by Aidan Macnab titled “Highway project raises new legal issues for property owners facing expropriation” discussing hearings of necessity. “D’Agostino says that, though the hearings of necessity were “never fair anyway,” they were “an important trigger in the process,” which can allow … Continued

Stephen D’Agostino Featured In Law Times Article “Highway project raises new legal issues for property owners facing expropriation”

Stephen D'Agostino in Law Times | by Aidan Macnab | August 20, 2020

Stephen D'Agostino Featured In Law Times Article "Highway project raises new legal issues for property owners facing expropriation" On August 20, 2020, Thomson Rogers Managing Partner Stephen D’Agostino discussed how recent Provincial changes prejudice the rights of owners of land being expropriated in a Law Times article “Highway project raises new legal issues for property owners facing expropriation.” In the article, D’Agostino says: “…though the hearings of necessity were “never fair anyway,” they … Continued

TTC Zeroes in on location of Scarborough Subway Extension

Extension to be constructed along the McCowan Corridor

Scarborough Subway Extension thumbnail The City of Toronto and the TTC recently completed an Environmental Project Report (“Report”) for the Scarborough Subway Extension, which will continue the Bloor-Danforth Subway line from Kennedy Station to Scarborough Town Centre. Proposed Route  The proposed extension runs along Eglinton Avenue East to Danforth Road and then north along Danforth / McCowan Road to … Continued

After their mother’s death, siblings make a last-ditch effort to buy back her home

Toronto Star | by Victoria Gibson, Stephen D'Agostino quoted | July 31st 2017

Star.com thumbnail When Joyce Anna Scott died in May, she died a tenant of a home she’d spent half her life trying to buy back from the government. Now, her kids are making a last-ditch effort to keep the four-hectare farm they grew up on. Despite living there since 1958, the house hasn’t belonged to their parents … Continued

Condo owners fear expropriation by city because of library redevelopment

GlobalNews.ca | by Mark McAllister, Stephen D'Agostino quoted | April 21, 2016

Global News Thumbnail The redevelopment of the Dawes Road Library has condo owners who live above the facility angry. They have been given notice from city officials to move in order to accommodate the redevelopment. Thomson Rogers’ Stephen D’Agostino and Denitza Koev, expropriation lawyers, represent the condo owners. They are not in favor of this. They much prefer … Continued