Tibor had practiced with a Toronto firm since 1989 before he joined the FDH Lawyers litigation team in the summer of 2003. Tibor has carried on a varied commercial litigation practice since his call to the bar in 1989, with an emphasis on shareholder and partnership disputes, oppression remedies, franchise issues, creditor's rights, and estate litigation.
More recently, Tibor has also developed an interest in intellectual property law, as it applies to the information technology, communications, and business sectors. He completed the LL.M. course in intellectual property at Osgoode Hall Law School, York University in the fall of 2003.
Tibor's fluency in a number of additional languages, including German, Hungarian and French, is an asset to many of his clients.
Tibor is a member of the Civil Litigation, ADR and Intellectual Property sections of the Canadian Bar Association, as well as the Advocate' Society, and Intellectual Property Institute of Canada.
"I strive for the highest in my calling: to represent my clients fearlessly, with professionalism, integrity and knowledge of the law."