A Full Service Law Firm

Established in Toronto since 1957

Our Lawyers

Edward R. Fleury, Q.C.

Edward R. Fleury, Q.C.

Email: efleury@fleurcom.on.ca

Ed founded this practice in 1957 after his call to the bar that year. Some of his first and enduring clients were patrons of his father’s tavern business at the old Glen Eagle Hotel, where Ed himself had worked part time to support himself in law school. While initially Ed took on any kind of case, he quickly began to specialize in real estate and corporate/commercial matters after the late Bill Comery became his partner in the firm in 1960.

Ed has been active in local affairs over the years, including a term as Chairman of the Scarborough Centenary Hospital. He is also an avid golfer and is a long standing member and former president of the Scarborough Golf Club. Ed’s favourite kind of case involves municipal and administrative matters including appeals to tribunals such as the Ontario Municipal Board and the Assessment Appeal Board.

Gregory E. McConnell, M.A., LL.B.

Gregory E. McConnell, M.A., LL.B.

Email: gmcconnell@fleurcom.on.ca

Originally from Woodstock, Ontario, Greg attended Carleton University, York University and finally the University of Toronto to complete an M.A. in History. After a four-year stint as a teacher in Thailand, Greg decided on law as his career. He graduated from Osgoode Hall Law School and then was called to the bar in 1983. For five years he articled and then practised law as a junior to a well-respected personal injury lawyer, Paul Shannon. During this time he came to deal with Bill Comery (now deceased), and in 1986 Greg moved to Fleury, Comery.

Greg will conduct most kinds of litigation including commercial disputes, divorces, construction liens, estate litigation and even dogbite cases. Greg’s community involvement includes several years as Chairman of our local Heritage Festival. His favourite cases, such as estate litigation and appeal work, involve legal research and writing where it can make a difference.

Stephen P. Fleury, B.Sc., LL.B.

Stephen Fleury, B.Sc., LL.B.

Email: sfleury@fleurcom.on.ca

Yes, Stephen is related to Ed, namely, as his nephew. Stephen joined the firm in 1992 and has distinguished himself as a litigator in family law and employment law. Stephen also practices in the areas of Wills and Estates, and collection matters.

Stephen keeps himself busy outside the office with his family, and involvement as a member of the Knights of Columbus.

Stephen’s favourite kind of cases are trial matters.

Donald C. MacVicar, LL.B., LL.M.

Donald C. MacVicar, LL.B., LL.M.

Email: dmacvicar@fleurcom.on.ca

Don grew up in Nova Scotia and is a graduate of Dalhousie Law School in Halifax. He was called to the Bar in Ontario in 1988.

Don is primarily involved in injury and disability cases, stemming from accident or illness. This means negotiating and litigating with insurers and taking on insurance coverage denials. Don will also represent parties in property disputes, including representation of landlords in Divisional Court.

In 2015, Don received his Master of Laws from Osgoode Hall. Don has taught litigation at Seneca College. He is a member of the Ontario Trial Lawyers Association.

Retainer agreements vary based on the facts of each case, but in injury and disability claims, Don generally waives legal fees unless and until money is recovered for the client.

With decades of combined years of experience in law, Fleury, Comery LLP is Scarborough’s most experienced general practice law firm.

Our Team

Crocetta Andreacchi, office manager and book-keeper

Crocetta Andreacchi

Our office manager and book-keeper, Crocetta, joined us in January, 2015. With assistance from our retiring office manager, Gloria Soderstrom, Crocetta quickly learned our system, and has become an outstanding asset to our business.

Maureen Murphy, assistant to Stephen Fleury

Maureen Murphy

Maureen Murphy, Stephen Fleury’s assistant, has been with Fleury, Comery since 1981. Starting as our receptionist, Maureen quickly learned the ropes and became a personal secretary. Always cheerful and lively, Maureen keeps both Stephen and his litigation clients at ease, while staying focused on the case at hand.

Susan Nash, prime assistant to Ed Fleury

Susan Nash

Susan Nash joined us in 1996, and has been Ed Fleury’s prime assistant since then. Susan commenced working in the legal field at the well-known firm of Stikeman Elliott, and then spent five years at Ontario Hydro in the property department before getting out of the downtown rat-race. Although Susan specializes in Ed’s real estate and development work, she is a quick study in any area of law when called upon to assist.

Melissa Dopson, assistant to Gregory McConnell

Melissa Dopson

Melissa, the youngest member of our staff, joined the offices of Messrs. Fleury, Comery LLP in January, 2009 as Gregory McConnell’s assistant. Melissa graduated from the Durham College Legal Administration/Law Clerk program in 2008 and has experience in family law, will and estates, and civil litigation. When Mr. McConnell is not available, do not hesitate to contact Melissa.

Dawn Cook, receptionist/legal assistant

Dawn Cook

Our cheerful receptionist/legal assistant, Dawn Cook, joined us in May, 2006. She has also juggled her duties at the front desk with secretarial work for our lawyers. Dawn provides a pleasant introduction for our office to our clients, both new and old.

Theresa Lee-Wah, residential real estate clerk

Theresa Lee-Wah

Theresa Lee-Wah is an extremely experienced residential real estate clerk, whose services we were fortunate to obtain in July 2006. Theresa works with our real estate lawyers to deliver efficient and prompt service to our real estate clients, who can be confident that their matters are also being dealt with efficiently and carefully by Theresa.

Gloria Soderstrom, former book-keeper and office manager (retired)

Gloria Soderstrom

Our former book-keeper and office manager, Gloria Soderstrom, was with us from 1963 to her retirement in January, 2015. We are extremely grateful for her commitment to our firm and solid work over those years, and wish her the very best in her retirement.