Stephen J. D’Agostino

Stephen’s practice is centred on municipal, planning, environmental and expropriation law. He regularly appears before municipal councils, tribunals (such as the Local Planning Appeal Tribunal (LPAT) and the Environmental Review Tribunal) and Courts on behalf of municipalities, public agencies and institutions, land developers and ratepayers’ associations. His portfolio includes a wide  range of matters including … Continued

Event: Denitza Koev Hosting And Speaking at the Hamilton LRT Know Your Rights Seminar

Event Date: November 19, 2019
Denitza Koev Hosting And Speaking at the Hamilton LRT Know Your Rights Seminar Thomson Rogers’ Denitza Koev will be hosting and speaking at the Hamilton LRT “Know Your Rights Seminar” November 19, 2019, from 6:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. at the Hamilton Hotel. If Metrolinx or the City want to take your property, you need to attend this event and learn more about your rights in order to … Continued

Best Lawyers in Canada 2020

best lawyers in canada 2020 We are proud to announce that 13 Thomson Rogers partners have been selected for inclusion in the 14th Edition of The Best LawyersTM in Canada. Since it was first published in 1983, Best Lawyers has become universally regarded as the definitive guide to legal excellence. Best Lawyers lists are compiled based on an exhaustive peer-review evaluation.  Lawyers are not required or … Continued

Thomson Rogers Welcomes Aaria Rahim

Thomson Rogers Welcomes Aaria Rahim We proudly announce that Thomson Rogers welcomes Aaria S. Rahim to the firm. Aaria will be working with Stephen D’Agostino, Al Burton and Denitza Koev in our Planning & Municipal Group.

Toronto Councillors Mark Grimes, Justin Di Ciano Charged Under Municipal Elections Act

Global News | Reporter Matthew Bingley interviews Stephen D'Agostino | November 16, 2018

Global News Thumbnail On November 16, 2018, Thomson Rogers’ municipal lawyer, Stephen D’Agostino, was interviewed by Global News reporter Matthew Bingley on the charges laid under the Municipal Elections Act against re-elected Toronto Councillor Mark Grimes and outgoing Councillor Justin Di Ciano for failing to disclose alleged campaign expenses related to their 2014 campaigns. Stephen says: It is … Continued