Daniel Milton is a civil litigator at Ross Nasseri LLP with a broad litigation practice that includes corporate and commercial disputes and construction, professional liability, constitutional, regulatory, and estates matters. Daniel prides himself on being meticulous with legal research and providing clients with thorough and sound advice. He has significant trial, arbitration, and appeal experience and has appeared before every level of court in Ontario.
Before joining the firm, Daniel was a litigation associate at Borden Ladner Gervais LLP’s Toronto office, where he acted on trials and appeals in corporate/commercial, construction, and constitutional cases. His accomplishments include acting for the Centre for Free Expression at Ryerson University in the Working Families Coalition (Canada) Inc. v. Ontario (Attorney General) case (2023 ONCA 139 and 2021 ONSC 7697), representing a gold corporation in a complex commercial trial, and acting for a large surety bonding corporation in a multi-year, complex construction dispute.
Daniel has an Honours Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy from McGill University, where he graduated with First Class Honours, and was a decorated, internationally ranked debater. He has a J.D. from the University of Toronto’s Faculty of Law, where he was the recipient of several prizes including the Norman Levy Prize in Jurisprudence and awards as top individual oralist and best appellant factum in the Callaghan competitive moot.
Daniel is a member of the Ontario Bar Association, The Advocates’ Society, and the Toronto Lawyers Association.