MICHAEL SCARDICCHIOPrincipal Lawyer
Michael Scardicchio has been called to the Bar in Ontario and is a licensed lawyer in good standing with the Law Society of Upper Canada.
After graduating from law school, Michael worked as a student-at-law and an associate at a boutique Intellectual Property law firm. Michael brings a multidisciplinary perspective to his practice. Michael’s core practice focuses on corporate structure for start-up technology companies, corporate governance, intellectual property rights, enforcement of intellectual property rights, drafting various commercial agreements, general business law, and litigation. Michael also has experience in the Ontario Court of Justice for various criminal matters.
Michael’s industry experience includes founding a software development company that is responsible for development of various apps, including the “Legal News” app, which provides comprehensive up-to-date legal cases, news, and changes to legislation. In law, Michael began as a student volunteer with a litigation firm, and provided research support for a vast variety of litigation files.
Michael attended Bond University in Australia to obtain a Juris Doctor degree. During his time at Bond University, Michael specialized in Canadian law and legal systems. Before attending law school, Michael graduated from the University of Toronto with an Honours Bachelor of Science degree in Physics. During his studies, Michael was a Physics Teaching Assistant for the University of Toronto Department of Chemical & Physical Sciences. Since law school, Michael has completed various courses in Alternate Dispute Resolution.
Michael believes in giving back to the community, and assisting entrepreneurs with getting their ideas out of their hand and in motion. Michael works regularly with Pro Bono Law Ontario to provide advice to various clients.
Juris Doctor, Bond University
Honours Bachelor of Science (Physics), University of Toronto
Barrister and Solicitor, Law Society of Upper Canada