Anthony Simone

Lawyer

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Bio

Anthony joined Deo Condominium Lawyers in 2021. Prior to joining Deo Condominium Lawyers, Anthony practiced law with prominent law firms in York Region and Peel Region, representing various clients including residential developers and builders. Through his experience working with developers, builders and their consultants with respect to various freehold, POTL and condominium projects, Anthony is well versed with the legal requirements for new building construction and sales, including but not limited to the requirements under the Tarion Warranty Corporation and the Home Construction Regulatory Authority.

Anthony obtained his Juris Doctor degree from the University of Windsor, Faculty of Law, and was called to the Ontario Bar in 2015. Prior to law school, Anthony graduated from the University of Toronto where he obtained his Honours Bachelor of Science, with Distinction. Anthony is a member of the Law Society of Ontario (formerly the Law Society of Upper Canada), the Canadian Bar Association and the Ontario Bar Association.

Outside of the office, Anthony is a proud and dedicated father to his young daughter, and partner to his spouse. Anthony enjoys spending time with his growing family, while also staying active in his community. Anthony previously sat on two citizen advisory boards/committees at the City of Brampton, having acted as a Co-Chair of the Brampton Cycling Advisory Committee and also as a member of the Brampton Heritage Board. In his spare time, Anthony enjoys watching baseball and writing about himself in the third person.

Education

Called to the Ontario Bar
2015

Juris Doctor
University of Windsor, Faculty of Law
2014

Hons. Bachelor of Science, with Distinction
University of Toronto
2011

Memberships

Member
Association of Condominium Managers of Ontario (ACMO)

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Member Law Society of Ontario

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Member Canadian Bar Association

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Member Ontario Bar Association

Speaking Engagements

Guest Lecturer
Queen's University
Presented case law analyses about Canadian art forgeries
2019 and 2021