Justice and power must be brought together, so that whatever is just may be powerful, and whatever is powerful may be just.
David Rubenstein is the founding partner of Rubenstein, Siegel. David has decades of experience in providing legal services to financial institutions and the real estate industry. His practice areas include mortgage enforcement, collections and commercial and residential real estate matters. David is the guiding force behind Rubenstein, Siegel and leads the firm with integrity and a well-earned reputation for reliable and comprehensive legal advice.
In his spare time, David enjoys travelling, playing golf and alternating between loving and hating Toronto sports teams.
Joshua Siegel practices in Rubenstein, Siegel’s Litigation/Dispute Resolution Group. Josh’s practice includes all areas of civil and commercial litigation with an emphasis on banking law, fraud, real estate disputes, bankruptcy and insolvency, mortgage enforcement and matters involving allegations of professional negligence.
Josh has over 25 years of experience in litigation, including appearances before the Superior Court of Justice, the Court of Appeal for Ontario and the Supreme Court of Canada.
Allyson is an associate at Rubenstein, Siegel. She specializes in civil and commercial litigation. She has appeared at all levels of court in Ontario. Allyson joined Rubenstein, Siegel in 2011. Prior to joining the firm, she worked at the City of Toronto, where she also completed her articles.
Allyson earned an undergraduate degree in Kinesiology and Health Sciences from York University before switching fields and heading to Osgoode Hall Law School, where she won the Blaney McMurtry Stapells Friedman prize in environmental law.
Allyson is an accomplished athlete, having played both soccer and hockey for most of her life. She has competed at multiple national championships in each sport. She was a long-time member of the Brampton Thunder in the Canadian Women’s Hockey League and is one of the co-founders of that league. Allyson was inducted into the York University Sports Hall of Fame in 2014.
Michael Collis is an associate at Rubenstein, Siegel with a focus on creditor-debtor, personal insolvency and civil fraud. Michael has over six years of litigation experience in various levels of court including the Ontario Court of Appeal and the Supreme Court of Canada.
Michael was called to the Ontario Bar in 2008 after receiving a Bachelor of Laws from the University of Windsor and completing his articles at a civil litigation law firm in Toronto. While at Windsor Law, Michael was a member of Legal Assistance of Windsor representing under-serviced community members in the Landlord and Tenant Board and before the Social Benefits Tribunal for appeals under the Ontario Disability Support Program and Ontario Works.
Michael holds a Specialized Bachelor of Arts degree with honours from York University in Public Policy and Administration.
Michael is President of the Canadian Friends of Laniado Hospital, sits on the executive of the Toronto-St. Paul’s Conservative Party Electoral District Association and is a member of the Law Society of Upper Canada.
In his spare time, Michael remains active by running, but counter-balances that with smoking meat, roasting his own coffee beans and bowling.