Doug’s area of focus is on recovery and enforcement litigation on behalf of financial institutions. Doug is also involved in general commercial litigation with a particular emphasis on shareholder and contract-based disputes.
Doug’s clients are typically chartered banks, financial institutions, commercial lenders, secured creditors.
Obtained his Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy at the University of Western Ontario in 2000 and received his LL.B. from the University of Western Ontario’s Law School in 2003.
Year of Call
Called to the Bar in Ontario in 2005.
Professional and Community Affiliations
- Doug has recently presented a paper authored by H. Chaiton and J. Hutchins titled “Hostage Lenders – Equipment Lessors in Restructurings” at the 6-Minute Debtor/Creditor & Insolvency Lawyer, 2008.
Doug co-authored a paper with M. Hartman titled "Home Insurance and the Standard Mortgage Clause" for a CLE seminar in September 2008.
Doug co-authored a paper with S. Schwartz titled "All in the Family - Protecting a Business (and your client) from Familial Strife", for a CLE seminar in April 2007.