PQT Law [lawyers of the Ottawa Personal Injury Lawyer Network] is a leading Injury, Accident, Dog Bite and Disability Claim Law Firm in Eastern Ontario. The partners have worked as insurance defence counsel and now represent only the Plaintiff accident victims and their families with the goal of getting them fair and reasonable compensation for their injuries. As a mid-sized law firm, PQT Law encourages a personal connection between the client, and the lawyer. PQT Law helps its clients in all aspects of personal injury case and helps them receive the financial compensation they rightly deserve.
Name: Marc-Nicholas Quinn
Bachelor of Social Sciences degree with a concentration in Criminology (major) and Psychology (minor) from the University of Ottawa in 1992
Bachelor of Laws Degree from the University of Ottawa in 1995 and was awarded a prize for excellence in insurance law
Personal injury law, general litigation, insurance litigation and family law litigation
Founding and Managing Partner, Barrister, Solicitor, Roster Mediator, Family Law Mediator, Notary, Law Instructor
Member of the Ontario Trial Lawyers Association â€“ OTLA
Experienced and qualified to appear before all levels of Court, including the Superior Court of Justice, the Divisional Court and the Ontario Court of Appeal
He has extensive experience before the Courts and various administrative tribunals and has worked in the legal department of a local municipal corporation and the federal Department of Justice
Has extensive experience in litigation matters with specific focus on personal injury, insurance litigation and family law litigation matters
Has represented the interests of insurers, however, by choice, he represents the interests of Plaintiffs only
A trained mediator and focuses on personal injury and family law mediation. He is a court-connected mediator and is listed as a mediator on the Attorney General's list of court-connected roster mediators with the Ontario Mandatory Mediation Program (OMMP)
also a Part-Time Professor at Algonquin College in the Law Clerk Program where he teaches the Advanced Civil Procedure II, Property Law and Dispute Resolution and Negotiation Skills Courses
Regularly writes aricles on issues pertaining to personal injury and mediation
Law Society of Upper Canada
Ontario Trial Lawyers Association (OTLA)
County of Carleton Law Association (CCLA)
Ontario Association for Family Mediation (Associate Member)
Family Mediation Canada (Associate Member)
Association of Family and Conciliation Courts
Law Society of Upper Canada Lawyer Referral Service
Member (as panel lawyer) of the Ontario Legal Aid Plan
Certificates and training:
Certificate in Abuse Issues in Family Mediation and Arbitration (16hrs) (taught by Professor of Law, Peggy Malpass, LL.B., Acc.F.M. (OAFM))
Certificate in Family Mediation Training (40hrs) (taught by Professor of Law, Peggy Malpass, LL.B., Acc.F.M. (OAFM), Shelagh MacDonald, M.S.W., R.S.W., Acc.F.M. (OAFM) and John Goodwin, LLB., Acc.F.M. (OAFM))
Mediation Skills Training - Alternate Dispute and Conflict Resolution Program, Mediation Centre of Southeastern Ontario (20hrs) (taught by Professor of Law, Ronald J. Price, Q.C., J.D. and David G. Price, LL.B., LL.M.)
Negotiation Skills Training - Alternate Dispute and Conflict Resolution Program, Mediation Centre of Southeastern Ontario (20hrs) (taught by Professor of Law, Ronald J. Price, Q.C., J.D.), Certificate of Full Participation
Training - Collaborative Family Law Practice
Completed the following continuing legal education work and services:
Assisted in preparing a lecture on Landlord and Tenant Issues at the 2007 13th East Region Solicitors Conference.
Assisted in preparing of course content for Advanced Landlord and Tenant course at Algonquin College taught his business partner, Michael K. E. Thiele.
Lectured to the Real Estate Association of Ottawa-Carleton in relation to real estate and liability issued.
Lectured to Articling Students at the University of Ottawa Law School in conjunction with County of Carleton Law Association and Canadian Bar Association continuing legal education program.
Lectured to paralegal students at Herzing College on law practice issues.
Working on the development of a proposed presentation on the topic of â€œThe Use of Evidence Obtained Through Private Investigation in the Context of Family Law Litigationâ€.
Assists in Continuing Education to High School Students through an employment placements program funded by the Ontario Ministry of Education.
Mentor to placement students from Algonquin College, Herzing College and Ottawa-Carleton District School Board Placement Learning Program.
Acted as Articling Principle for Law Student.
Lectured at the request of the University of Ottawa Students Association on the subject of law practice management.
Regular author of published articles on personal injury law.
Member of the University of Ottawa Law School Internship Program