Pinsky Law is a law firm providing a range of cost effective legal services to individuals and businesses in Ontario and Alberta. Our prime concentration is in the areas of Business and Corporate Law, Business and Corporate Litigation, Intellectual Property Law (Patents, Trademarks and Copyright), Taxation, Wealth Management as well as Wealth and Asset Protection Law (including offshore jurisdictions). A niche status and use of technology enable Pinsky Law to provide high quality, cost effective, sound, conservative legal advice precisely tailored to our individual and business clients needs. Pinsky Law uses skills and experience to judge the balance between legal and business risk and deliver our services promptly and economically, particularly in litigation matters. We recognize that the value of our services is measured by the value we offer to our individual and business clients. We approach clients' needs and provide support in a timely, efficient, and effective manner and share with clients the legal and business experience in the process of assessing, developing and deploying legal and business strategies.
Pinsky Law represents Alberta and Ontario clients in the Alberta Court of Queen's Bench and the Superior Court of Justice of Ontario. Pinsky Law represents clients in Business and Commercial Litigation, Real Estate Litigation, Taxation Litigation, Intellectual Property Litigation, and Estates Litigation. Read Business and Intellectual Property Litigation Resources.
What distinguishes Pinsky Law from many other law firms is our business like approach to solving our business clients' legal problems. We recognize that the most aggressive (and expensive) strategy may not always be the best solution to our business clients' legal problems. We also recognize that most clients would prefer to spend less money to alleviate their legal problems than spend more. As a result, in every business matter we handle, we seek to identify the client's primary business objective, design a solution to fit that objective, and then implement that solution in the most efficient manner possible. The result is an effective, solution focused approach that helps our clients to expand their businesses. One of the Pinsky Law principal targets are entrepreneurs, inventors and technology based startup enterprises, especially at the inception of their business. Pinsky Law assists its clients in establishing their legal presence through corporate and intellectual property interests, including registration of patents and trademarks as well as startup venture capital financing, wealth management and asset protection, including incorporation of business structures in offshore jurisdictions. At the stage when clients' businesses are large enough, if necessary, Pinsky Law is helping in a partial transition to large accounting, financial, or venture capital investment firms. Pinsky Law has experience in effectively policing for the client the work done by large bureaucratic entities whose interests are not always those of the entrepreneurial businessman. Read Business Law Resources.
Pinsky Law helps start-up and existing companies in creation, structuring, negotiation and implementation of business, corporate, commercial and intellectual property transactions, such as registration of patents and trademarks in the USA, Canada and internationally, and with other e-commerce, internet, technology and business law matters. Read Patent and Trademark Law Resources.
Pinsky Law provides a full spectrum of wealth and estate management services to our individual clients with focuses on wills, trust and estates and has experience in managing wealth portfolios and asset protection, including off shore jurisdictions. Pinsky Law services also include assistance in responding to audit inquiries from tax authorities, negotiating on your behalf, preparing notices of objection and appeals against tax assessments and litigating tax disputes at all judicial levels, including the Ontario Superior Court of Justice, Alberta Court of Queen's Bench, Tax Court of Canada and Federal Court of Canada. Read Wealth Management Resources.