Shalom litigates complex commercial disputes, including contract and corporate litigation, class action defence, real estate, and trusts and estates. The core of Shalom’s practice focuses on complex disputes in the construction, data security, and insurance industries.
Shalom’s construction practice involves acting for project owners, lenders, contractors, design professionals, regulators and governments in disputes involving the design and construction of large commercial, infrastructure, energy, and condominium projects. Shalom has experience in construction design and delay cases, environmental disputes, as well as applications for immediate relief, including construction liens and injunctions.
In his data security practice, Shalom defends large-scale class actions involving matters of data privacy and data security for institutional clients in all manner of industries. He regularly writes and speaks about developments in privacy law and sits on the executive of the Ontario Bar Association’s privacy law section.
Shalom’s insurance disputes practice focuses on complex cases alleging novel interpretations of insurance policies, where he has acted on matters of importance for insurance companies.
Shalom has appeared as counsel in arbitrations, at all levels of court in Ontario, and in the courts of Saskatchewan, Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, and the Yukon.