Schible Law

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Mission

Schible Law's mission is to represent its clients in the areas of employment and commercial litigation, and appeals, in a manner that makes client service a priority.  Schible Law exists to serve its clients. Every one.  Every time. The aim is to provide high quality and cost-effective representation. We provide this in a way that leaves the client knowing that his or her case was understood and - win or lose - could not have been presented in a better or more responsive manner. The means through which this is done is by having a limited number of clients and no more, making possible a client service culture.
 
Vision

Schible Law will become the go-to law firm for all clients in the areas of employment and commercial litigation, and appeals in Ontario looking for the kind of service and responsiveness that will satisfy and sometimes even surprise them. Our vision is not to become a bigger firm, in terms of size. Our vision can be found in the pages of Bo Burlingham's book, Small Giants. Indeed, our vision is to be profiled in a future edition of Small Giants or another book like it. (Dream "big" or go home.) With the support of our clients and our client service culture, we will get there.
 
Values

At all times, our conduct is guided by the imperatives of integrity, transparency and excellence. At Schible Law, clients can count on being heard and understood, on being in control of their legal proceeding, and on being very well-represented at the negotiation table and in the courtroom. At the same time, Schible Law participates in and contributes to community-building initiatives, as well as to associations that make practising law a joy, such as the Ontario Bar Association and The Advocates' Society. Schible Law loves bar initiatives promoting diversity.
 
"No [person] has the right to withhold [his or her] support from an organization that is striving to improve conditions within [his or her] sphere. Every person owes a part of [his or her] time and money to the business or industry in which [he or she] is engaged." Teddy Roosevelt - 1908