Ian Matthews

Ian Matthews, Lax O’Sullivan Lisus Gottlieb LLP

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Listed in Appellate, Business/Corporate Litigation, Civil Litigation, Class Action/Mass Torts, Commercial Litigation, Constitutional Law, General Litigation, Securities Litigation

email: imatthews@counsel-toronto.com

Law School: Windsor (LL.B. 2007)

School: Harvard (LL.M. 2009)

School: McGill (B.A. 2003)

State/Provincial Admissions: New York (2011), Ontario (2008), Law Clerk, Supreme Court of Canada (2010-11)

Languages: French (conversational)

Ian is an associate at Lax O’Sullivan Lisus Gottlieb LLP, a premier corporate and commercial litigation boutique in Toronto.

Ian joined Lax O’Sullivan after several years at leading firms in Toronto and New York. He previously served as a law clerk to Madam Justice Marie Deschamps at the Supreme Court of Canada. His practice focuses predominantly on complex commercial litigation and a variety of class actions matters.

Ian has appeared at all levels of court in Ontario and as counsel at the Supreme Court of Canada. He is actively involved with Pro Bono Law Ontario, regularly volunteering to assist self-represented litigants in matters before the Court of Appeal and Divisional Court. Ian is a member of the executive of the Ontario Bar Association’s Class Actions section and has lectured at law schools on a number of class action topics.

Ian is the author or co-author of articles in a number of publications including the Annual Review of Civil Litigation, Canadian Class Action Review, Canadian Lawyer, Banking and Finance Law Review, and the Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science.

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