Blumberg Segal LLP
Barristers & Solicitors
#1202 - 390 Bay Street
M5H 2Y2 Canada
Toll Free: 1.866.961.1982
If you would like a consultation on legal issues affecting non-profits and charities, please contact Mark Blumberg at email@example.com Please send us your contact information including phone number and cell number to facilitate a callback. Also indicate which organization you represent and whether you have a budget for legal fees.
We do not answer legal questions by phone or email unless you have retained our firm.
Typically an initial consultation will take 1 hour with a fee between $250.00 - $500.00 (plus tax), depending on the complexity of your matter and/or which lawyer(s) you will be discussing the matter with you.
If you decide to retain our law firm after your initial consultation, our legal fees are generally determined on an hourly rate basis and you will be charged on the basis of time spent at the hourly rate applicable to the lawyer or law clerk working on it.
Please remember that e-mail communication is not confidential and if you want to discuss any confidential matters then please do so in person or by telephone. As well, sending an e-mail through this site or otherwise does not create a solicitor-client retainer.
Directions: Our Bay Street office is located in the heart of downtown Toronto opposite the Old City Hall and Nathan Phillips Square. Parking is conveniently located underground at Nathan Phillips Square which is a one minute walk from the office. As well our office on Bay Street is located about 5 minutes' walk west of Queen Subway Station or a 5-minute walk east of the Osgoode Subway Station.
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Mark Blumberg is a partner at the law firm of Blumberg Segal LLP in Toronto and works almost exclusively in the areas of non-profit and charity law.