Jonathan is an Associate in the firm’s Litigation and Dispute Resolution Group. He is developing a general commercial litigation practice.
Jonathan understands that litigation requires working with clients to navigate complex issues that impact their lives and businesses. His approach is to provide clients with the most effective and least disruptive services possible.
Jonathan was called to the Ontario Bar in 2022 and obtained his Juris Doctor from the University of Western Ontario in 2021. While in law school he volunteered at Western Law’s Community Legal Services clinic, where he represented clients in a variety of civil disputes.
Outside of his practice, Jonathan enjoys trying new restaurants, playing Chess, and patiently waiting for the Toronto Maple Leafs to bring the Stanley Cup back to Toronto.
Ninetta is developing a broad commercial real estate practice.
Ninetta’s journey is a testament to unwavering dedication and professional growth. Beginning as a Prosecutor in Bucharest, Romania, she transitioned her legal career to Canada, where she adeptly balanced raising her children with her role as a law clerk. Her commitment to legal education led her to the University of Toronto, culminating in her graduation in July 2022, followed by her Bar admission in June 2023.
Currently serving as an Associate within our firm’s esteemed commercial real estate group, Ninetta brings a wealth of experience. Her association with our firm dates back to 2006 when she first joined as a law clerk. Throughout her tenure, she has played a pivotal role in complex commercial lending transactions spanning the breadth of Canada.
Ninetta’s dedication to legal excellence is matched only by her commitment to a well-rounded life. Beyond her professional pursuits, she finds solace in literature, running, Pilates, and cherishing quality time with family and friends.
Kevin Pinkoski is an Associate in the firm’s Litigation and Dispute Resolution Group. His practice focuses on civil and commercial litigation, securities litigation, class actions, and professional liability.
Kevin has acted for financial service providers, large corporations, financial institutions, and technology companies in complex litigations and class actions. His practice also includes representing a broad range of clients in litigation matters involving trademarks and intellectual property. He has represented doctors and various financial services professionals before tribunals.
During his legal studies at McGill University, Kevin was a research assistant for both McGill’s Centre for Human Rights and Legal Pluralism and projects involving international financial markets. Kevin was the Editorial Chair of Inter Gentes: The McGill Journal of International Law and Legal Pluralism and volunteered with Student Advocacy to represent students in disputes with McGill. He competed in the 2019 Jessup Public International Law Moot and was elected co-President of his cohort in his first year at McGill.
Kevin obtained his juris doctor (JD) and bachelor’s in civil law (BCL) from McGill University in 2020. Prior to studying law, he completed a Master’s in International Relations (MPhil) at Oxford University in 2016. He also holds a Bachelor’s in History and Political Science (BA Honours) from the University of Alberta, completed in 2013.
Kevin was called to the Québec Bar in 2021 and the Ontario Bar in 2023. He is a member of the Canadian Bar Association.
Mohiminol is an associate in our Condominium Law Group. His practice is focused on providing litigation and solicitor services to condominium clients.
Mohiminol assists and advises condominium corporations with general governance matters as well as various contractual, administrative and compliance issues as they arise. He has represented clients in litigation matters as well, and has appeared on behalf of clients at the Ontario Superior Court, Small Claims Court and Condominium Authority Tribunal.
Prior to joining Foglers, Mohiminol practiced condominium law at a full-service law firm in downtown Toronto.
Mohiminol completed his LL.M., J.D. and LL.L. degrees from the University of Ottawa, and his training in both Common Law and Civil Law set the foundation for his ability to analyze legal problems through multiple lenses. He aims to provide clients practical and cost-effective solutions.
During law school, Mohiminol represented the University of Ottawa at the Foreign Direct Investment Moot where his team ranked first overall.
In his spare time, Mo enjoys playing soccer, discovering new hiking trails, and learning about South Asian history. Mo is bilingual and practices law in English and French. He is also fluent in Bengali, Hindi and Urdu.
Julien is an Associate in our tax department.
Julien’s practice consists of corporate and personal tax planning, estate planning, corporate reorganizations, cross border structuring and the taxation of trusts. Julien also has experience with voluntary disclosures, and regularly advises clients on departure tax.
Prior to joining the firm, Julien was an associate in a Montreal law firm specializing in taxation law.
Julien is licensed to practice law in Ontario and Quebec.
April is an associate in our Privacy and Data Protection group. April’s practice focuses on assisting clients in the implementation and preparation of appropriate privacy policies, privacy management programs, conducting privacy audits and responding to privacy complaints and investigations.
Prior to joining Foglers, April was a Senior Advisor and Senior Strategic Policy and Research Analyst with the Office of the Privacy Commissioner of Canada (OPC). While at the OPC, she advised on the Personal Information Protection and Electronic Documents Act (PIPEDA) and other international and domestic privacy-related policy and legislation. She has worked at the Canadian Radio-Television and Telecommunications Commission with Canada’s Anti-Spam Legislation (CASL) and the Unsolicited Telecommunications Rules as well as the Competition Bureau Canada with respect to deceptive marketing practices. This experience allows April to confidently guide clients through their business compliance obligations under an array of Canadian legislation.
Ashley is an Associate in Fogler Rubinoff’s Wills and Estates practice group. Her practice is centered on estate planning and administration, trust administration and incapacity planning.
She provides advice and support to her clients that is tailored to their needs and circumstances. This includes planning in the context of blended families, existing or future corporate interests, beneficiaries or trustees who reside outside of Canada, and ensuring suitable provision for a disabled heir.
Prior to joining Fogler’s, Ashley was an associate at a boutique estates litigation firm where she gained valuable experience on estates and trust issues, such as will challenges, dependent’s support claims, and contested account passings. As a result, Ashley has a keen insight into the legal issues that can impact her clients’ estate, trusts and incapacity planning. She also attributes her commitment to practical, client-focused solutions as a result of her prior role as Crown Counsel at the Ministry of the Attorney General – Office of the Public Guardian and Trustee. She advised on a broad range of legal issues spanning civil, family, healthcare and real estate, which affect guardians and attorneys in the course of their duties. Ashley believes that her experience in both private practice and the Ministry of the Attorney General allows her to best craft and implement an estate plan that meets her clients’ individual situation, goals and expectations.
Natalia Sidlar is an Associate in the commercial litigation practice group at Fogler, Rubinoff LLP. Natalia is developing a broad commercial litigation practice, with an emphasis on contract, shareholder and partnerships, product liability and real property disputes.
Prior to entering private practice, Natalia was Crown Counsel in the Advisory Services Group at the Ministry of the Attorney General, Crown Law Office – Civil. In this role she provided advice to various ministries on a wide range of issues including, crown liability, statutory interpretation, administrative and public law and general civil litigation.
Natalia completed her articles with the litigation department of the Crown Law Office – Civil. During her articles, she worked on complex litigation files before all levels of court, including the Supreme Court of Canada.
Natalia holds both a Canadian and American Juris Doctor after graduating from the University of Windsor Faculty of Law and Detroit Mercy School of Law in 2019. During law school, Natalia was a student representative on the Equity and Diversity Committee for two consecutive years and volunteered as a mentor with the Windsor Law Peer Mentorship Program.
A persistent professional and gentle intervener, Ruth Ambros is developing an extensive civil litigation practice serving First Nations and their members. Ruth has appeared before various levels of court in several provinces.
Ruth is building a practice centered on the rights of Indigenous communities in relation to raising their children. This work is evenly divided into child protection litigation on behalf of First Nations in various parts of the country, and the translation of Indigenous laws in the area of child and family wellbeing as communities reassert their inherent jurisdiction in this area. In addition, Ruth continues to build a general civil litigation practice on behalf of Indigenous clients.
Ruth is a first-generation settler on the traditional territories of the Anishinaabek and Haudenosaunee originally from Central Europe. After a first career as a management consultant and a second raising a gaggle of kids, Ruth completed her legal studies at Osgoode Hall Law School in 2019 and was called to the bar in 2020.
During her studies, Ruth participated in Osgoode’s Intensive Program in Aboriginal Lands, Resources, and Government, as well as the Feminist Advocacy Intensive at the Barbra Schlifer Commemorative Clinic, for which she received the Annie Macdonald Langstaff Prize. Ruth co-edited the Transnational Legal Theory Journal, participated in several moots, and won the Cassels Brock & Blackwell Price for Professionalism. Prior to joining Fogler, Rubinoff LLP, Ruth worked at Hensel Barristers, which was recognized in 2021 as one of the top law firms in Canada practicing in the field of Aboriginal and Indigenous law by the Globe and Mail.
Ruth does her best thinking while preparing food – cooking, baking, canning – or knitting to a podcast or stimulating conversation.
Marco is an associate in the Securities Law Group. He is developing a broad securities practice with a particular interest in mergers and acquisitions, corporate finance, and securities regulatory matters.
Marco summered and articled with the firm prior to his call to the bar in 2022. Marco received his J.D. from Osgoode Hall Law School. Before attending law school, Marco obtained his Bachelor of Arts and Master of Public Policy degrees from the University of Toronto and held various positions with Ontario’s Ministry of the Attorney General.