“Each client is unique and my goal is to provide the best and most cost-effective legal advice to each client. My duty as a lawyer is to listen to all of my clients and to help them achieve their desired objectives. By giving individualized care to each of my files, I am able to cut straight to the heart of a matter with efficiency.”

Bahram Dehghan


Bahram practices in the area of insurance defense litigation with an emphasis on personal injury, professional liability, property damage, and subrogation cases.  In addition to insurance defence, Bahram’s practice involves providing opinions on coverage.  

Bahram has appeared before the Superior Court of Justice, Divisional Court, Small Claims Court, and various administrative bodies.  He provides his personal detailed attention to cases from start to finish and regularly appears at examinations for discovery, mediations, pre-trial conferences and motions.

While at law school, Bahram placed highly in his class and was the recipient of various awards such as the Weirfoulds LLP Prize in administrative law and the Davies, Ward, Phillips and Vineberg LLP Prize in business associations, taxation and commercial law. 

When he is not advocating for clients, Bahram enjoys woodworking and fishing.


  • Called to the Bar of Ontario, 2013
  • J.D – Osgoode Hall Law School, 2012
  • J.D. Exchange Program – Monash University Prato Italy Campus, 2010
  • B.A. (Hon.) – Criminology, York University, 2009


  • Law Society of Ontario 
  • Canadian Bar Association
  • Ontario Bar Association

We deliver results. Proportionate and appropriate file staffing plus creative thinking ensure practical, timely and cost effective litigation outcomes.


Allison Gaw

Corkett v. Ginn, 2021 ONSC 7434 (CanLII) In this personal injury case, the Plaintiff prepared a motion to strike the Defendant’s Jury Notice as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic in a stated effort [...]

Bahram Dehghan

Trilokie v Lasenby, 2015 ONSC 6376 In a complex case where the plaintiff seeks over $10.5 million from a motor vehicle accident, Bahram successfully argued a motion to compel the plaintiff to attend [...]

Renée A. Kopp

Recent Presentations and Workshops “How Close is Too Close? Avoiding Bias in Regulatory Decision-Making”, co-presented with Richard Steinecke and Erica Richler, Canadian Network of Agencies for Regulation Conference, Vancouver, British Columbia. “Disciplinary Proceedings & [...]