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In light of COVID-19 Howard Nightingale Professional Corporation is taking measures to safeguard the health and safety of our clients and employees while ensuring that we continue to provide business continuity and service.
Our office remains open with our team working staggered hours or working remotely to minimize the risk of transmission.
Please contact us for all of your legal needs or if you have questions about the impact of COVID-19 on all your legal matters, current or pending. We would be pleased to review co-operative means to resolving matters moving forward. We are continuously monitoring ongoing developments and will implement updated steps as and when necessary.
We ask that you not attend our office if you are experiencing flu-like symptoms such as fever, cough and shortness of breath, you have travelled outside of Canada in the last 14 days or you know or suspect that you have been in close contact with someone who has recently travelled outside of Canada or been diagnosed with COVID-19.
We thank you for your understanding and co-operation at this time. Be well and continue to care for those in need.
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Howard Nightingale believes very strongly about justice and fighting for what is right.
Howard studied and graduated from the University of Windsor Law School in 1980 and was called to the Ontario Bar in 1982. Howard has been in private practice for over 29 years and is a member of the Canadian Bar Association.
I want to make sure that no matter what position you hold, every one has access to justice and everyone has the right to be heard. I also believe in fighting for the underdog and fighting for what is right”, says Howard Nightingale.
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