A skilled litigator with analytical perspective and experience managing challenging and complex cases, Jeremy offers clients sophisticated dispute strategy and advocacy.
Jeremy’s practice focuses on business law disputes, including complex commercial disputes, insolvency litigation, and public law matters.
Jeremy often represents clients on the Commercial List in a wide range of commercial disputes, including shareholder, contractual, confidential information and fiduciary duty and trust disputes.
Jeremy is also an experienced appellate lawyer and has appeared numerous times in Division Court, Courts of Appeal of Ontario and the Supreme Court of Canada.
|2021-2022||Benchmark Litigation—40 & Under Hot List|
|2021||Benchmark Canada: The Definitive Guide to Canada’s Leading Litigation Firms and Attorneys—Future Star|
|2023||Lexpert/American Lawyer’s Guide to the Leading 500 Lawyers in Canada—Leading lawyer in corporate commercial litigation|
|2022-2023||The Canadian Legal Lexpert Directory—Leading lawyer in litigation: corporate commercial and litigation: regulatory and public law|
|2021||Lexpert’s Rising Stars: Leading Lawyers Under 40—One of Canada’s leading lawyers under 40|
|2022-2023||Best Lawyers in Canada—Leading lawyer in administrative and public law|
|2013||Pro Bono Publico Award, the Legal Aid Society, New York|
Jeremy sits on the Board of Directors of the UTS Alumni Association. He regularly works on pro bono cases and with pro bono organizations, such as Pro Bono Law Ontario’s amicus program at the Divisional Court of Ontario and the Ontario Court of Appeal, where he acts in cases involving self-represented litigants before these courts. Recently, Jeremy organized a pro bono amicus list at the Commercial List to assist self-represented litigants at Toronto’s specialized commercial court. He has also represented pro bono litigants at the Ontario Court of Appeal and the Supreme Court of Canada.
Jeremy regularly teaches and lectures on a variety of topics, including appellate practice and procedure, contract law and advocacy. He has guest lectured at the University of Toronto Faculty of Law, the Bora Laskin Faculty of Law (Lakehead) and Toronto Metropolitan University’s Law Practice Program.
Prior to practice, he was a Law Clerk to former Supreme Court Justice Rosalie Silberman Abella.