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Real Estate: Zoning/Land Use - Ontario
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Leo Longo is a senior member of the Aird & Berlis Municipal & Land Use Planning Group. His practice is devoted to all areas of land use planning, development law and municipal law, representing both private and public sector clients. Leo appears before councils, tribunals and various levels of court.
Called to the Ontario Bar (1979). Certified Specialist in Municipal Law: Local Government and Land Use Planning and Development by the Law Society of Ontario. Recipient of the Ontario Bar Association's Award of Excellence in Municipal Law and the Ontario Building Officials Association's Yaman Uzumeri International Award of Excellence. Recognized by Chambers and Partners, Lexpert, Best Lawyers and Martindale-Hubbell.
Canadian Bar Association (National Municipal Law Section, Member and Past Chair); Ontario Bar Association (Municipal Law Section, Member and Past Chair); International Municipal Lawyers Association; Lambda Alpha International Simcoe (Toronto) Chapter.
Co-author, ‘A Comprehensive Guide to the City of Toronto Act, 2006’. Occasional contributor, Municipal World and the Ontario Building Officials Association Journal.