Litigation

Our litigators recognize that every problem is unique. Our focus is on understanding our clients’ goals and objectives and developing the best strategy for their problems. We have the skills, experience, and specialized knowledge required to represent our clients’ interests in negotiations, mediations, arbitrations and court proceedings.

  1. Iain MacKinnon’s client VICE Media Canada Challenges Production Order by RCMP

    Iain MacKinnon is acting for VICE Media Canada in its challenge of a Production Order by the RCMP, requesting all notes and communications between VICE and an accused terrorist, Mohammed Shirdon, who left Canada to join ISIS.  The case has attracted media attention because of the important principles of freedom of the press that are […]

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  2. Supreme Court reaffirms low threshold for jurisdiction in recognition and enforcement cases

      Imagine you’re a plaintiff, after months, or even years, of gruelling litigation in a foreign country – be it the United States, the United Kingdom or the United Republic of Tanzania – a foreign court has finally granted judgment in your favour.  You’ve won.  Your rights have been vindicated.  At long last, you can […]

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  3. Ted Brook Joins Chitiz Pathak

    We are pleased to announce that Ted Brook has joined Chitiz Pathak as a litigation associate. Ted’s practice will focus on commercial and administrative law matters.  Prior to joining Chitiz Pathak, Ted clerked at the Superior Court of Justice and obtained his law degree from Queen’s University.

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  4. Iain MacKinnon comments on copyright issues in the Toronto Sun

    Iain MacKinnon was quoted in the other legal issues related to live video streaming apps like Periscope Meerkat

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  5. Iain MacKinnon successfully overturns publication ban

    Iain MacKinnon recently acted for Sun Media and the Toronto Star in successfully overturning a publication ban in the Ontario Court of Appeal. The criminal case attracted media attention because of the unusual basis for the appeal.   After the jury rendered a verdict at trial, it was discovered that some jurors conducted their own independent […]

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Practice Areas

  • Contractual Disputes
  • Shareholder Remedies
  • Trusts & Estates
  • Real Estate and Commercial Tenancies
  • Family
  • Employment