Lawyer Annette Casullo is a Huntsville lawyer who joined Will Davidson LLP in 2000, and became a partner in 2011. Prior to joining Will Davidson LLP, Annette was an entertainment lawyer, and spent two years in the Business Affairs Department at the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation.
Annette’s practice is focused on plaintiff personal injury matters, including serious personal injury, disability, accident benefits, occupier’s liability, and product liability claims. In the past four years, she has expanded into estates litigation, commencing and defending will challenges, litigating power of attorney disputes, conducting passings of accounts, and seeking guardianship applications.
Annette is a Civil Litigation Specialist, who has appeared before all levels of court in Ontario, including the Court of Appeal, the Divisional Court, and the Superior Court of Justice (plus the Estates List), and has also conducted hearings before the Workplace Safety & Insurance Tribunal and the Financial Services Commission of Ontario.
Annette was the recipient of the Queen’s Law Students’ Society Spirit Award, presented annually to the graduating student who has best and most contributed to the spirit of the Law School.
Annette is a member of the Ontario Trial Lawyer’s Association, The Advocates’ Society, and the Muskoka Law Association. Locally, she is a past board of director on both the Huntsville Festival of the Arts and Reel Alternatives.
Contact Annette Casullo for legal issues surrounding insurance or personal injury law – Based in Toronto and Huntsville – (705) 788-3740 or 1 (866) 788-3740.
- Bishop v. Bishop - Appeal - Vexatious Order upheld by Ontario Court of Appeal -  O.J. No. 1290
- Bishop v. Bishop – Costs – Pursuant to Rule 57.01(4)(d), costs awarded to the Applicants on a full indemnity basis -  O.J. No. 5976
- Bishop v. Bishop – Vexatious Litigant – successful application to Superior Court to have Respondent in an earlier action declared a vexatious litigant
- Moroz v. Jenkins – Videotaping of Defence Medical Examination – Defendant brought motion to compel plaintiff to attend a psychiatric assessment without it being recorded; court ordered the assessment be video-taped.
- West v. WSIB – Judicial Review – Deemed Election – contrary to numerous WSIB decisions, the Divisional Court held that receipt of WSIB benefits is not always a deemed election
- Culligan v. Dunlop – Simplified Procedure/Costs – Costs award at Superior Court reduced by Divisional Court
Tel: 705.788.3740 x 512