Chris has a general civil litigation practice, with an emphasis on commercial matters, including shareholder and contract disputes, construction law, procurement law and all aspects of business litigation.
Chris also has considerable experience in the areas of employment and privacy law. During law school, Chris spent a summer with the Office of the Privacy Commissioner of Canada and has since advised employer clients extensively on issues relating to privacy, as well as their employment law needs. Chris has also advised and represented individual employees and groups of employees in connection with their rights and claims arising from their employment or the termination of their employment.Read More
Chris has represented clients at all levels of the Ontario Superior Court, as well as the Court of Appeal for Ontario. His clients range from large corporations to minority shareholders and individuals embroiled in commercial disputes, as well as employers and employees. Recently, Chris has also appeared before the Canadian International Trade Tribunal in relation to several high-profile customs tariff classification appeals.
While obtaining his undergraduate degree at McGill University, Chris studied economics, history, and the beautiful city of Montreal. Chris attended law school at the University of Windsor and articled and practiced at a national law firm before he left with colleagues to form the boutique now known as Conway Litigation. Born and raised in Ottawa, Chris enjoys golf, basketball, skiing and softball. Outside of the office, he tries his hand at these and many other sports, with varying levels of success.
LL.B. 2008 – University of Windsor
B.A. 2002 – McGill University
2009 – Ontario
The Advocates’ Society
County of Carleton Law Association
Law Society of Ontario
Ontario Bar Association