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Matthew R. Harris, Barrister and Solicitor - Toronto, ON

4789 Yonge StreetSuite 1208Toronto, ON M2N- 0G3 M2N 1M6, Canada

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Updated: 08/17/2018

Toronto Insolvency and Bankruptcy Law Firm

Overview

Matthew Harris is a Barrister & Solicitor located in Mid-Town Toronto.

Matthew completed his articles at a boutique litigation firm, focusing on commercial and corporate law. He studied in both Toronto, and Australia.

Matthew's practice mainly focuses on Insolvency and Commercial Law. Matthew is a hard worker, dedicated to providing you with the best representation possible.

Matthew has the knowledge to help you navigate through any civil, commercial, bankruptcy, or...

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