Brimage Lawyer Nathan Kolomaya

Nathan Kolomaya LL.B.

Brimage lawyer Nathan Kolomaya practices Municipal Law and Real Estate Law.

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Education

  • Bachelor of Laws (LL.B.), London School of Economics and Political Science
  • Called to the Bar of Ontario in 2016

A few words from Nathan

There’s a new young gun in town!

Apart from having been born in Winnipeg and having taken my first steps on the family farm in central Manitoba (Brrrr!), I have proudly spent most of my life in Norfolk County.

After high school at SCS, I made my way to London, U.K., where I obtained my law degree from the London School of Economics and Political Science.

Professionally, you will find me and my stylishly-sported suspenders on the upper floor of our Simcoe office, helping out where needed. I am truly blessed in that I enjoy what I do and work with wonderful and devoted people; you will scarcely find a better bunch than the folks at Brimage.

When not at the office, you may find me exploring the natural wonders of Norfolk, cozied up at home with a good book, or working on my juggling skills.


Legal Articles by Nathan Kolomaya


Don’t Get Stung By Beekeeping Laws

The Bees Act and Ontario Regulation 57 under the Bees Act regulate beekeeping in Ontario.

Under the Act, a “beekeeper” is anyone who owns or is in possession of bees or beekeeping equipment, except someone who manufactures or is in the possession of new beekeeping equipment for the purpose of transportation, distribution, or sale.

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