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Nina Bombier

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Nina* is an intellectual powerhouse. Recognized for her expertise in professional liability, insurance, product liability, and commercial litigation, Nina’s sharp intellect ensures§ results for her clients. From prosecuting and defending professional discipline cases through complex insurance appeals at the Supreme Court of Canada, Nina has the chops to handle the toughest of cases. Nina works hard for success , sharing her experience and expertise as a speaker and writer on a diverse range of topics and teaching trial advocacy to students and young lawyers. .

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Nina Bombier

is a partner at Lenczner Slaght.

Nina's broad litigation practice encompasses commercial litigation, professional negligence and regulatory matters, environmental litigation, insurance litigation and public law. She has extensive trial experience litigating commercial and regulatory cases, in addition to many medical malpractice actions. She has appeared as counsel before all levels of court in Ontario, as well as the Federal Court and the Supreme Court of Canada. Nina appears regularly before administrative tribunals and boards, both as a prosecutor and as defence counsel on behalf of professional members.

Nina joined Lenczner Slaght in 1999 after clerking at the Supreme Court of Canada. She has taught trial advocacy at Osgoode Hall Law School, as well as the Intensive Trial Advocacy Course for practising lawyers. She regularly speaks at continuing legal education conferences and has written articles on a diverse range of topics, from health, pension and environmental law to professional regulation and civil litigation.

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  • The Advocates' Society

  • Canadian Bar Association

  • Ontario Bar Association

  • Canadian Defence Lawyers Association

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  • Lexpert® Ranked Litigators, Report on Business Special Edition (2016)

  • Best Lawyers (2014-2018)

    Corporate & Commercial Litigation, Health Care Law, Medical Negligence

  • Canadian Legal Lexpert® Directory (2014-2017)

    Medical Negligence, Professional Liability

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