Practice focuses on competition, regulatory, corruption, complex commercial litigation, and arbitration. Michael advises and represents clients involved in competition and regulatory inquiries, criminal and administrative prosecutions, class actions and other competition litigation and complex disputes. Sectoral experience includes high tech, airlines, banking and payment systems, securities, waste, pharmaceuticals, energy, manufacturing, and construction.
Called to the bar 1998; law clerk to Justice Sopinka, Supreme Court of Canada, 1996-1997; LL.B. Dalhousie, 1996; M.A. University of Toronto, 1992; B.A. University of Saskatchewan, 1988.
CBA, ABA, Advocates' Society, FCIArb, LCA