“Strategy is our sand box”
Our negotation tactics are informed by both art and science. Intuition, coupled with exceptional technical training and dynamic experience ensure shorter shelf lives, predictive legal costs and enviable results.LEARN MORE ABOUT OUR EXPERTISE
“A settlement shouldn't be about settling”
We're big believers in strategically rethinking litigation. We challenge conventional approaches and pursue a more progressive and proactive vision to mitigate risk and create more predictive results.SEE ALL OF OUR CASES
Kadey Schultz Recognized as Leading Litigator in Canada
Lexpert Top 40, Leading Litigator & Mid-Career Excellence Awards
Kadey Schultz has been recognized again by Lexpert with the Zenith Award for Mid-Career Excellence. She has previously been recognised as one of Canada’s Top 40 Lawyers under 40 and Canada’s Leading Litigation Lawyers.MEET OUR LAWYERS
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What is Schultz Frost doing in the cyber insurance market?
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Court of Appeal granted leave to appeal in the priority dispute optional benefits case of Chubb v. Continental, 2019 ONSC 3773 (CanLII).
Cases We're Proud ofSEE THE CASES WE'RE PROUD OF
- Accident Benefits Defence
- ADR Services
- Appellate Advocacy
- Bodily Injury
- Coverage Opinions
- Examinations Under Oath
- Fraud Defence
- Fraud Prosecutions
- Health and Disability
- Loss Transfer
- Motor Vehicle Defence
- Occupier's Liability
- Products Liability
- Professional Liability
- Priority Disputes
- Pro Bono
- WSIAT Right to Sue Applications
WHERE TO FIND US
|3rd Motor Vehicle Litigation Summit||Apr 2, 2020||Toronto||Kadey B.J. Schultz|
Practitioners who do motor vehicle litigation work need one program where they can receive a comprehensive review of all things relevant to their practice. This summit has become that core program for many. Turn to these experienced presenters for an update on LAT procedures, causation, the impact of cannabis legalization, plus much more. It's time well spent.
Cannabis: Damages Issues
• Medical v. Recreational
Moderator: Jennifer Hoffman
Panellists: Tanya Harris & Kadey Schultz
Donald Lamont Learning Centre, 130 Queen Street West, Toronto
11:30 am – 12:00 pm
|Insurance Institute of Ontario: Fireside Chat||Apr 28, 2020||Hamilton||Kadey B.J. Schultz|
Insurance Institute of Ontario: Fireside Chat
Moderated by Kadey Schultz
Whether you're an organizational leader or rising insurance professional, you'll gain a deeper awareness and appreciation for key issues impacting your organization, including:
Michaelangelo’s Banquet Hall, Hamilton
|Virtual ORIMS||Oct 6, 2020||Toronto||Kadey B.J. Schultz|
HOW ARE WE DOING?
A Glance Into How Service Providers Are Meeting Service Challenges Under COVID Conditions
Panel: Kadey Schultz, Schultz Frost LLP; Jeff Reitsma 30 Forensic Engineering; and Michael Alwin, Sedgwick
Moderator: Ginette Demers, Director, Domtar
|Unconscious Bias in the Medical and Legal Professions||Oct 7, 2020||Toronto||Kadey B.J. Schultz|
Join the Medico-Legal Society of Toronto for a robust skill-building session and panel discussion moderated by Kadey B.J. Schultz:
|Law Society of Ontario: 15th Solo and Small Firm Conference||Jun 10, 2021||Toronto||Kadey B.J. Schultz|
Breakout Two (11:25 am - 12:15 pm) - Planning for Absences from Your Practice
At some point in your legal career, you may want or need to take time away from your practice. Whether
for parental or mental health leave, illness or medical leave, or to be a caregiver for others, the need
to step away from law can be expected (or unexpected). There are steps that you can – and should –
take to prepare for this type of situation. Find out how you can use appropriate systems when the need
for a leave arises. Hear about how you can reduce the risk and anxiety that may come with taking an
extended leave from practice. Hear what our speakers have done to keep their practices going when
they were faced with these challenges themselves.
Moderator: The Honourable Kathleen Erin Cullin, Superior Court of Justice
Panelists: Kadey Schultz, Schultz Frost LLP
Jennifer Mathers McHenry, Mathers McHenry & Co.