Jeremy was a lawyer in China before immigrating to Canada and now is a licensed paralegal in Ontario. In the past 15 years’ practice, he has acquired abundant working knowledge and hands-on experience in Business and Commercial law, Civil Litigation and Insurance acts, in which he focuses on insurance claims and litigation with respect to the Personal Injury. From April 2007 to date, he has handled more than 400 files of different insurance and damage claim, from motor vehicle accident, workplace injury, slip and fall, to aviation accident. Through years of work and study, he has deeply understood the jurisprudence (principles) of the Case Law and have developed expertise in Canadian tribunal practice and procedure. Now he is fully committed to serving his friends, clients and community.
Eric comes from Hong Kong and has been living in Canada for about 30 years. He graduated from Centennial College in Toronto in year 1990 and held different positions for various financial institutions, insurance companies and other Fortune 500 companies. Eric understands in detail about employment issues and human rights matter. He also worked in the real estate field, investment, tax implications, property management, small claims, landlord and tenant issues and business disputes for Canadians and overseas investors.
Eric knows all your needs and your rights about living in Canada and will give you best advice.
Yishan (Samuel) Zhang is a licensed Paralegal in Ontario and he is now working with Kaitai Legal Services Professional Corporation. He is mainly focus on the area of small claims and traffic tickets. He previously had years' hands-on experience in oversea investment and education. He has successfully helped many entrepreneurs invest in North America and assisted many Chinese students in applying universities/colleges all over the world.
Jane has both Paralegal license issued by Law Society of Ontario and Immigration Consultant license issued by ICCRC. She was called to Chinese bar in 1999, and in 2004 National Judicial Examination, she ranked the 2nd place of all the examinees in Liaoning Province. Jane is proficient in both Chinese law and Canadian law. Before immigrating to Canada, she had worked at an international company as an in-house lawyer for many years. Currently, she mainly copes with cases of immigration and educational application, including OINP (Ontario Immigrant Nominee Program), PNP (Provincial Nominee Program), Sponsorship, EE (Express Entry for Federal Skilled Worker), CEC (Canada Experience Class) and Student Visa, etc.