David DeMille is a partner in the firm and is involved primarily in the firm’s civil litigation and municipal law groups. He regularly acts on behalf of Municipalities (including Police Service Boards), Conservation Authorities, Health Units and other government institutions and provides advice in various aspects of municipal land use planning, expropriation and environmental law.
David has substantial background and experience in civil litigation matters and regularly acts as counsel in sophisticated and complex disputes particularly for insurance companies on municipal liability issues, appearing regularly before various courts and tribunals including the Ontario Superior Court of Justice and the Ontario Municipal Board. He has also appeared before the Ontario Human Rights Tribunal and Ontario Civilian Police Commission.
David received his BA from York University and his LLB from the University of Ottawa. He practiced law in Toronto prior to returning to his native City of Belleville. In addition to his practice and firm responsibilities, David is also involved in a number of volunteer organizations in the community.
David is a member of the Law Society of Upper Canada, the Canadian Bar Association, the Hastings County Law Association and the Frontenac County Law Association and the Ontario Expropriation Association.