Weston is a civil litigator and the founding lawyer of Powell Litigation.
His firm helps individuals and small to medium-sized businesses in the Greater Toronto Area who are involved in lawsuits as plaintiffs or defendants.
For people unfamiliar with the court system, there are essentially two kinds of lawyers: those who sit at desks drafting documents (wills, contracts, etc.) and those who represent you in court when things go wrong. You could think of it as the difference between a carpenter and a firefighter. They both work with wood, but their jobs are very different. For Weston, the choice was obvious. He’s passionate about fighting fires.
When he’s not in the office or the courtroom, you can find him on the tennis courts or walking with his wife, Caroline, their seven-month-old daughter, Berkeley, and their dog, Zoey, on the waterfront in downtown Toronto.