Eisen Law is excited to announce that two of its lawyers, Shael Eisen and Cassandra Ball, have been named to the 2024 edition of The Best Lawyers in Canada™. Since it was first published in 1983, Best Lawyers has become universally regarded as the definitive guide to legal excellence.
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Eisen Law is proud to congratulate the following firm members for being named to the 2024 The Best Lawyers in Canada list:
Shael Eisen – Trusts and Estates
Cassandra Ball – Trusts and Estates
Shael’s practice includes helping clients with guardianships, power of attorney disputes, and representing clients in mediation. Shael ensures that clients obtain optimal results with the least amount of conflict. He has substantial experience as a mediator and in the courtroom to ensure his clients obtain satisfactory results. Shael was a guest lecturer in the Estates course at Osgoode Hall Law School and has spoken numerous times at Continuing Legal Education courses and seminars.
Cassandra Ball is a partner at Eisen Law, and her practice exclusively focuses on estate litigation and elder law. Following her call to the bar in 2015, Cassandra has developed significant experience helping clients resolve issues relating to will challenges, guardianship applications, power of attorney disputes and capacity issues.
Cassandra represents clients both in alternative dispute resolution methods and frequently appears before the Superior Court of Justice to work through complex motions, applications and files. While in Law School and the University of Western Ontario, Cassandra served as the Head Supervisor at Community Legal Services where she represented low-income clients in a broad range of areas, including criminal law, civil litigation, estate matters and landlord and tenant disputes. She is a member of the Ontario Bar Association, the Advocates Society and the Toronto Lawyers Association. During the 2019-2020 year, she sat on the OBA Trusts & Estates Executive Council.
Congratulations to Shael and Cassandra for this honour!