David Stolow is a partner in the Litigation practice. He practises corporate/commercial litigation and has represented clients in a wide range of areas, including class action defence, shareholders' disputes, defamation, injunctions, construction and real estate disputes, employment, and restructuring and insolvency. He has appeared before the Supreme Court of Canada, the Federal Court of Appeal, and all levels of court in Québec. David has been involved in a number of precedent setting cases before the Supreme Court of Canada in the areas of group defamation class actions, publication bans against the media and the boundaries between civil law and religion.
David has extensive arbitration experience, including in international arbitrations and domestic arbitrations in Québec and Ontario. He has also served as an arbitrator of commercial disputes.
In 1998-1999, David articled with Justice Nicole Morneau of the Québec Superior Court. David is a Past-President of the Lord Reading Law Society.