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CHRISTOPHER

KOZLOWSKI LAW

TORONTO   GTA  PROVINCE WIDE

(905) 569-9400

PROVINCE WIDE SERVICE FOR MOST MATTERS

Christopher H. Kozlowski

Managing Lawyer

30 years experience

 

 Intellectual Property (Patents, Trademarks, Copyrights), and a host of complimentary services including Internet, Privacy, Contracts, Taxation, Employment, Canadian and US Immigration, Bankruptcy and Insolvency, and Business Dispute Resolution and Commercial Litigation.

Website:  http://www.kozlowskiandcompany.com

 Telephones:

Toronto, Mississauga, Brampton Oakville, Georgetown

(905) 569-9400

Toronto, Mississauga, Brampton Oakville, Georgetown

(905) 569-9400

Toll Free Canada & USA

(877) 569-9499

BUSINESS LAW

Commercial Litigation

Tax & Tax Litigation

Bankruptcy & Insolvency

Directors & Officers Liability

Construction Lien & Construction Law

Corporate & Commercial

Charities & Non-Profits

Intellectual Property

Information Technology & Internet

Commercial Real Estate & Leasing

Condominium & Co-operative law Management

Employment & Union Law

Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR)

Business Immigration (Canada/USA)

 

PERSONAL LAW

Civil Litigation

Family Law & Divorce Criminal Law

Wills, Estates & Estate Litigation

Immigration (Canada/USA)

Tax Planning & Tax Litigation

Bankruptcy  & Insolvency Real Estate

Personal Injury

Employment & Worker's Compensation

Mediation & Arbitration

Administrative Law

 

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Kozlowski & Company

GTA Office:  5065 Forest Hill Dr

Mississauga, Ontario, L5M 5A7

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