The partners of O’Neill Moon Quedado LLP each were trained and began their careers at top tier Bay Street law firms before branching out into private practice. Combined, we bring close to 40 years of criminal, corporate, securities, and business experience. We offer personalized professional services aimed at providing our clients with the greatest possible outcomes in even the most difficult situations. Each partner is a member in good standing with the Law Society of Upper Canada.
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Scott is our lead criminal lawyer and known for his professional, courteous and traditional practice of law and being a relentless advocate for his clients. Scott has a plethora of criminal litigation and trial experience including successful results in multiple trials.
Scott graduated with his LLB from Western University in 2001 and was called to the bar in 2002. In addition to criminal law, Scott has also practiced in corporate and business law as well as derivatives with a major Canadian financial institution.
As part of his criminal practice, Scott has been involved with many common criminal offences like dui charges, fraud, drug and assault charges leading to the most favorable results. He is trusted by clients for his fair and professional treatment in addition to his in depth knowledge of criminal law. Everyone says that they haven’t seen a more erudite lawyer.
David Moon, J.D., M.B.A.
David’s interests in law cover diverse areas including: criminal law, constitutional law, policy, insurance claims, securities, and corporate law. The law is constantly evolving through legislative and policy changes and in how judges view and interpret current laws and prior decisions. The ability to learn and adapt in rapidly changing environments is a key skill that David brings to the table.
David graduated with his JD/MBA degree from the University of Toronto in 2001 and was called to the bar in 2002. In addition to the practice of law, David has co-founded and operated a successful software business and is active in federal politics.
The ability to listen, absorb and synthesize facts and information and to break down complex issues to their core components is central to David’s approach to legal issues. He is known amongst his peers and clients for bringing novel approaches to difficult issues and reframing issues to create outside-the-box solutions and opportunities.
In addition to business and the practice of law, David volunteers with and supports various non-profit and charitable organizations.
David also enjoys golf, travel and walking his dog.
Gary Quedado is a partner in our Business Law Group who brings a multidisciplinary perspective to his legal practice. Prior to becoming one of the founding partners of OMQ Law, Gary successfully balanced his legal career with careers as a corporate executive in the banking, mining and private equity sectors and as an investment banker. Consequently, Gary has extensive experience in being both a lawyer and a client (he’s walked in your shoes). Gary’s aim is to use his diverse experience to help clients achieve solutions that satisfy both their legal and business goals.
Gary’s expertise is in the areas of corporate and securities law, particularly financings (debt and equity), mergers and acquisitions, mining, corporate governance and regulatory compliance. Having previously worked with SME’s from a private equity perspective, Gary also enjoys assisting entrepreneurs and SME’s with the various matters that they may encounter. This includes business structuring, partnership agreements, shareholder agreements and negotiating various transactional agreements.
When he’ not practicing law, Gary enjoys spending time chauffeuring his three kids around to their various activities. When he’s not doing that, he spends time trying to improve his golf swing.