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Diamond and Diamond Lawyers

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Diamond and Diamond Lawyers
HeadquartersToronto, Ontario, Canada
No. of offices16
Major practice areasPersonal injury, class actions, corporate law, and real estate
Key peopleJeremy Diamond (partner)
Sandra Zisckind (partner)
Isaac Zisckind (partner)
Date founded2013
FounderJeremy Diamond
Company typeLimited liability partnership

Diamond and Diamond Lawyers LLP is a Canadian personal injury law firm based in Toronto, Ontario.[1]

Diamond and Diamond Lawyers is one of the largest personal injury law firms in Greater Toronto Area and have sixteen offices which are located in Alberta, British Columbia, and Ontario.[2][3] Their practice areas include personal injury, corporate law, real estate and are known for their class actions against Pornhub, Roundup, Long Term Care Facilities, and Capital One.[4]


Since 2013, Diamond and Diamond Lawyers has been run as a family-owned law firm with Sandra Zisckind, Jeremy Diamond, and Isaac Zisckind as the main partners.[1][4] At this time, they only operated sporadically and had just one office in Canada.[1] By 2017, they became one of the fastest growing firms and expanded their practice areas into real estate and family law.[1][4] During the same time period, their offices increased to thirteen which were spread across the country.[1]

In 2015, Léger called Diamond and Diamond Lawyers the most recognized firm in their survey.[2] Additionally, the law firm has received Reader's Choice Award five times and Consumer Choice Award Canada two times.[2]

In 2018, Diamond and Diamond Lawyers expanded their offerings and created a commercial and civil litigation division.[5]

In July 2019, a data breach was disclosed by Capital One in which they reported that the data of more than 6 million Canadians have been accessed between 2005 and 2019.[6] In August 2019, Diamond and Diamond Lawyers got involved in it and filed a $350 million class action against Capital One with Ontario Superior Court for data breach.[7] Paige Thompson, who was responsible for Capital One data breach, was convicted in June 2022 for violating the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act.[8]

In May 2020, three private videos of a woman named, Christine Wing, were uploaded to Pornhub without her consent.[9] In April 2022, Christine Wing hired Diamond and Diamond Lawyers who filed a $500 million class action against Pornhub's parent company, MindGeek, for uploading videos without consent and sextortion.[9][10] This is the first class action against MindGeek in Canada and the case is pending in the court.[9][11]


Diamond and Diamond Lawyers have sixteen offices in provinces such as Alberta, British Columbia, and Ontario.[3]

Notable cases[edit]


In September 2021, Jeremy Diamond, a partner of Diamond and Diamond Lawyers, was fined for improper marketing campaigns between 2013 and 2017.[21] He later admitted that their firm used to refer their clients to other lawyers in exchange for referral fees.[22]

Main partners[edit]

  • Jeremy Diamond, the managing director who practices in the area of plaintiff personal injury litigation[1]
  • Sandra Zisckind, the managing partner who practices in the area of plaintiff personal injury litigation[1]
  • Isaac Zisckind, senior partner who practices in areas such as personal injury law, corporate law, and real estate law[1]


  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 1.5 1.6 1.7 "Diamond and Diamond shows no signs of slowing down". The Jerusalem Post.
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 "Diamond and Diamond is the most recognized personal injury firm in the GTA". Toronto Sun.
  3. 3.0 3.1 "Locations".
  4. 4.0 4.1 4.2 "Diamond and Diamond expands to be 'one-stop-shop'". Canadian Lawyer Magazine.
  5. "Diamond and Diamond grows service offerings". The Lawyer's Daily.
  6. "100 million Americans and 6 million Canadians caught up in Capital One breach". ZDNet.
  7. "Ontario woman files suit on behalf of Canadians affected by Capital One data breach". CityNews.
  8. "Ex-Amazon Worker Convicted in Capital One Hacking". The New York Times.
  9. 9.0 9.1 9.2 "$500M class action lawsuit launched in Canada against PornHub". The Lawyer's Daily.
  10. Kamman, Samantha (April 25, 2022). "Pornhub's parent company faces $500M class-action lawsuit: 'Looking for justice'".
  11. "PornHub Class Action".
  12. Mangione, Kendra (April 10, 2014). "York U shooting victims to sue school for $20M". CTV News.
  13. "Canadian lawyers file $500M class-action lawsuit against makers of Roundup". Edmonton Journal.
  14. "Lawyers launch $500M class-action lawsuit against Roundup makers". CBC.
  15. "Personal data of 34,000 medical marijuana patients accessed in data breach". CBC.
  16. "Personal data of 34,000 medical marijuana patients accessed in data breach: NHS". CTV News. March 28, 2019.
  17. "Largest COVID-19 class action in Canada launched against long-term care chains". The Lawyer's Daily.
  18. "New Columbia Icefield crash lawsuit alleges operators were reckless and didn't maintain bus, driver was incompetent". Edmonton Journal.
  19. "Woman pushed onto tracks at Toronto subway station sues TTC for $1 million". CTV News. May 12, 2022.
  20. "Woman pushed on train tracks at Toronto subway station sues TTC for $1M". Toronto Sun.
  21. "Lawyer found guilty of professional misconduct: Diamond admits he 'improperly marketed' legal services in ads". Toronto Star.
  22. "Law Society of Ontario refuses Jeremy Diamond's plea to withdraw misconduct admissions".

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