Josh Suttner


Admitted to the Ontario Bar: 2018

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  • Bio
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  • Representative Matters
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Josh is a member of the firm’s Litigation & Dispute Resolution Group. His practice includes a broad range of commercial civil litigation matters, such as contract disputes, fraud cases, trusts litigation, debt enforcement, injunctions and administrative law. Josh advises clients ranging from individuals and small businesses to multinational organizations.

Josh is a skilled communicator and strong litigator. Whether advocating for clients in the courtroom or negotiating with opposing counsel, Josh enjoys the challenge of developing sound strategies and building effective arguments. He assists clients with navigating complex issues related to dispute resolution.

Josh has appeared before the Ontario Court of Appeal, the Superior Court of Justice (Regular and Commercial List), the Small Claims Court, the Ontario Labour Relations Board, the Landlord and Tenant Board and the Ontario Human Rights Tribunal. 

Professional Involvement


  • Canadian/Ontario Bar Association
  • The Advocates’ Society
  • Toronto Lawyers Association

Representative Matters

Successfully represented The Toronto-Dominion Bank in securing summary judgment against a borrower, and corporate and personal guarantors, in The Toronto-Dominion Bank v. 2275518 Ontario Inc., 2023 ONSC 1050 (CanLII).

Successfully represented Satori Interréseautage Inc., a computer networking company, in securing recovery of possession of personal property to which it is lawfully entitled, in Satori Interréseautage Inc. v. Doe, 2023 ONSC 1097.

Successfully represented Charles Perlman, the Plaintiff in Supreme Sweets Inc. v. Perlman, 2023 ONSC 487, in which an appeal brought forth by the Defendants was dismissed.

Successfully represented The Maher Organization Ltd. and Zelig Krajden in their motion for summary judgment in The Maher Organization Ltd. v. HCI Mercantile Inc., 2022 ONSC 3585.



  • JD (with distinction), Western University, 2017
  • B.Sc. (Hons.), York University, 2014