Stephen J. D’Agostino

Stephen J. D’Agostino

Managing Partner

Practice highlights

Biography

Stephen’s practice is centred on municipal, planning, environmental and expropriation law. He regularly appears before municipal councils, tribunals (such as the Ontario Land Tribunal (OLT) 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 Federal and Provincial environmental assessments, approvals related to landfills, telecommunication structures, Municipal and wide  area fiber optic and wireless networks (MAN’s  and WAN’s), permissions for electric generating facilities, real estate  development, compensation for land expropriations, conflict of interest, and related litigation.

Stephen became managing partner of the firm in January of 2019.

Year of Call

1984

Education

  • Juris Doctor, Osgoode Hall Law School

Accreditations

  • The Canadian Bar Association – Municipal and Environmental Law Sections
  • Public Affairs Association of Canada
  • Ontario Expropriation Association

Industry recognition

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

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John Tory’s airport dilemma: Would conflict of interest keep him out of the debate?

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Demolition to begin on Frank Meyers’ farm amid claims of government bullying

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Mayor Rob Ford’s possible legal action against council could be difficult: expert

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Will Mayor Rob Ford’s crack cocaine admission remove him from office? Probably Not.

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Toronto Trustee Howard Goodman drops out of local school-boundary discussion after conflict complaint

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Court costs stop citizens taking a stand, says man who took on Hazel McCallion

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How Toronto Mayor Rob Ford won his appeal: An argument about ‘technical jurisdiction’

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Questions raised about ‘draconian’ law that saw Toronto’s mayor ousted

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Catholic school board chair removed from office for conflict of interest won’t run again

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Catholic trustees’ vote could have affected their children’s school jobs, conflict case hears

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