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Neil Colville-Reeves

Neil is a Partner of Samis+Company. Neil has handled a broad range of matters before the Ontario Superior Court of Justice and the Financial Services Commission of Ontario, as well as advocating on behalf of his clients in private arbitrations. Neil manages a large and diverse subrogation practice and has experience in a range of matters including construction/engineer liability, oil spills, fire and flooding losses, product failures, municipal infrastructure failures, first responder cases and class actions. 

Neil also practices injury law. He has represented the interests of a wide range of insurers defending policy-holders and insurers in bodily injury claims as well as defending first-party accident benefits claims. His clients also seek out his advice and representation in priority and loss transfer disputes between insurers. 

In addition to practicing law, Neil spent two years in the securities industry working in corporate finance for an investment management/merchant banking firm. In that role, he dealt extensively with the community of investment advisors and financial planners and was involved in issues relating to corporate governance in publicly-listed companies.

Neil graduated from the University of Toronto with his Bachelor of Arts degree in history, received his law degree from the University of British Columbia and his MBA from the University of Toronto. He was called to the Ontario Bar in 1994 and is a member of the Law Society of Upper Canada.

Tel: 416.365.0000 ext. 117
Fax: 416.365.9993
Email: NReeves@samislaw.com

 

Personal Bio

Neil lives in Toronto with his wife Kim and daughters Alexandra and Rebecca. In his spare time, he loves to get up early on weekends to watch his daughters play hockey and to stay up late playing in his band, belting out classic rock as loud as he can. He is thankful that his wife is tolerant of his endless attempts to recapture his youth.

 

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