In the News – Online Obscenity

Toronto Internet Lawyer discussed the legality of posting the Luka Magnotta video on the Best Gore website with the national and international media. Mr. Zvulony took the position that the posting of the video violated Canada's obscenity laws.

Debt Collection

I recently used Zvulony & Co to settle a collection dispute. Gil and his team were very professional and a true pleasure to deal with. Gil negotiated a very fair settlement on our behalf and we received payment within weeks of our…

Removal of Copyright Infringement From the Internet

Sincere thanks for such quick service and fantastic results ! I truly appreciate your expertise and commitment to rectifying this issue. I'll certainly contact you again if a similar issue emerges.
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Rave Review

Gil has done excellent work for us.  At all times he has been thoughtful, thorough, time responsive, and conscientious.  As well, I consider his fees to be very reasonable in the context of his work product.
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In the News: Our Lawyer Quoted in Law Times

Gil Zvulony's opinion was recently sought by Law Times regarding a British Columbia defamation and privacy case.
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Winning Result: US$192 million American Judgment Recognized

A Judge of the Ontario Superior Court of Justice recently ordered a former executive living in Ontario, to pay more than $200 million US dollars to aggrieved investors. The judgment is believed to be the highest ever awarded by a Canadian court. "To my knowledge, a judicial award of this magnitude is unprecedented in Canada", said commercial litigator Gil Zvulony, the Toronto lawyer representing the investors. "The interest alone is almost $30,000 per day".
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Winning Result: Libel and Slander Case Thrown Out

Toronto Defamation Lawyer Gil Zvulony successfully defended a defamation case by convincing a judge of the Ontario Superior Court of Justice to throw out the case for being fundamentally defective. The plaintiffs had sought over 2 million dollars in damages for libel and slander, interference with economic relations and conspiracy to injure. Mr. Zvulony successfully attacked the Statement of Claim on technical reasons.