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Khalid Karim

Associate

PROFILE

Khalid practices in the firm's Condominium and Commercial Real Estate Law Groups. His practice involves providing advice on all areas of condominium law, serving condominium corporations, developers, owners, property managers and other members of the condominium community.

Khalid attended law school at the University of Windsor where he obtained the degree of Juris Doctor. While at law school, Khalid was extensively involved in student government. Khalid was President of the Students' Law Society, founded the Corporate Commercial Club and was a tutorial assistant for Professor Marcela Aroca. Khalid won multiple mooting awards, including Best Team and Best Advocate at the 2015 Donald G.H. Bowman National Tax Moot. Khalid previously worked at a renewable energy company in the sales and contractual negotiation of residential rooftop solar products.

Khalid joined the firm as a summer student in 2014 and articled with the firm in 2015-2016. He was admitted to the Ontario Bar in 2016.

Publications

NOVEMBER 01 2016

Condominium Commentary - Fall 2016

In this issue:

The Devil is in the Details - Top Ten Issues for the Regulations Under the Condominium Act, 1998, by David Thiel

Human Rights Legal Update -- Can the Holding of a Condominium Owners' Meeting Constitute Discrimination Under the Ontario Human Rights Code?, by Carol Dirks

Green Loans and Energy Efficiency Upgrades for Condos, by Lou Natale

The Condominium Law Group at Fogler, Rubinoff LLP is Pleased to Welcome Khalid Karim to our Team.

 

 

 

 

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AUGUST 17 2016

The New Frontier: Commercial Third-Party Litigation Funding

Investment in litigation by third parties was a taboo subject in Ontario, until relatively recently. Commercial third-party litigation funding is on the cusp of taking hold in Ontario, as it has in the United States, Australia and the UK. In this article, we will briefly examine the growth of this new solution to the funding dilemma surrounding large lawsuits in Ontario.  Article Link: The New Frontier: Commercial Third-Party Litigation Funding

Memberships

  • Law Society of Upper Canada
  • Ontario Bar Association
  • Canadian Bar Association
  • Canadian Condominium Institute-Toronto and Area Chapter
  • Canadian Professional Sales Association
  • Canadian Muslim Lawyers Association
  • South Asian Bar Association
  • Federation of Asian Canadian Lawyers

Education

  • Admitted to the Ontario Bar, 2016
  • University of Windsor, Juris Doctor, 2015
  • York University, Bachelor of Arts (Hons.), 2012
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