Michael Gordner

Michael Gordner

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  • 374 Ouellette Avenue, Suite 602 Windsor, Ontario N9A 1A8
  • 19 254 1518

email: mgordnerlaw@bellnet.ca

Law School: Wayne State (LL.M., 2001)

School: University of Toronto, Faculty of Law (LL.B., 1971)

School: University of Windsor (B.A., 1968)

State/Provincial Admissions: Michigan (2002); Ontario (1973)

37 Years of experience.

Admitted to the Bar in both Canada and the United States

Michael Gordner specializes in defending those charged with criminal offences, both in Canada and the United States, and acts particularly for defendants charged with drinking and driving and drug offenses, white-collar criminal offences, including tax offences, environmental offences, occupational health and safety offences, internal investigations, and compliance issues.

“I believe that the most important traits in representing a client are integrity, a willingness to devote all the time necessary to gain a thorough understanding of the case, and the issues raised in the case, and a total commitment to the client’s cause and their best interests.”

Michael is certified by the Law Society of Upper Canada (Ontario) as a specialist in criminal litigation and has been defending clients charged with the widest range of criminal offences since 1973. He is also a member of the Michigan bar. He also acts for clients charged with criminal tax offences in both Canada and the United States, as well as civil tax litigation.

Mr. Gordner has been awarded a Preeminent AV Rating by Martindale-Hubbell


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