A Commercial and Employment Litigator passionate about
instigating imaginative and innovative ideas.
Romesh is the litigation counsel for Daigle and Hancock, consistently recognized as one of the top corporate/commercial law firms in the City of Mississauga. Romesh acts on behalf of individuals and private corporations in a wide variety of commercial, employment, estate and tort disputes. Romesh additionally continues his passion to develop and support the charitable, non-profit and social innovation sector in Toronto.
Romesh has had a history of developing innovative initiatives that fulfill particular needs in the community. In 2007, Romesh played a key role in the development of the Chroma Leadership Program at the University of Guelph that encouraged and engaged the development of leadership qualities in students, particularly those from visible minorities. In the same year, Romesh led a group of university students to raise over $100,000 in the course of 18 months to fight AIDS in Lesotho as Co-Chair of University of Guelph Bracelet of Hope Campaign.
Romesh has a history of effective advocacy, ranging from his years as a twice elected University of Guelph Student Senator, as an intern with Journalists for Human Rights and his time as a caseworker with Legal Assistance of Windsor.
He currently sits on the Board for the Mississauga Youth Games and is an advisor to various groups in the Sri Lankan Canadian community. He has had several articles published and has appeared on TVO’s The Agenda.
Romesh has a variety of interests. He has travelled widely in Asia and continues to develop his passion in the culinary arts, gardening, music and outdoor sports.