- Ontario, 2013
- Osgoode Hall Law School, LL.B. (2002)
- University of Toronto, B.A. (1999)
Onofrio practices civil litigation with an emphasis on banking and fraud-related matters. He is proud to count some of Canada’s largest banks amongst his clients. Onofrio regularly assists clients in tracing and recovering assets lost to fraud or theft. He is experienced in dealing with a wide variety of fraud-related issues, including matters concerning altered/counterfeit cheques, employee theft/embezzlement, mortgage fraud, advance-fee loan fraud, and telemarketing fraud. He also frequently acts for creditors on unsecured and mortgage enforcement matters.
Onofrio has appeared before all levels of court in Ontario, the Federal Court of Canada and various administrative tribunals including the Land Titles Assurance Fund and hearings before the Land Registrar.
Onofrio joined KRMC upon his call to the Bar in 2003 and became a partner in 2010. He is a member of the firm’s Articling Committee and an articling principal.
Onofrio is a frequent speaker on topics of asset recovery and remedies for civil fraud.
Onofrio was awarded the Osgoode Society for Canadian Legal History Prize for placing among the top 25 students in the Bar Admission Course.
- “Recognizing a Fundamental Change: A comment on Walsh, the Charter and the Definition of Spouse”, 18 Can J. Fam L 159, 2001
- Ontario/Canadian Bar Association
- Toronto Lawyers Association
- Peel Law Association