Maura O’Sullivan

Associate

 Maura O’Sullivan

Maura O’Sullivan

Associate

Expertise
Bar Admissions
  • Ontario, 2019

Maura is developing a diverse litigation practice.

She has assisted on a broad range of litigation and arbitration matters, including telecom disputes, oppression and trust claims, and a number of class actions.

Maura worked as a judicial extern for the U.S. District Court for the Central District of California. A former competitive equestrian, Maura was a nationally ranked under-21 dressage rider.

Maura O’Sullivan

Associate

Maura is developing a diverse litigation practice.

She has assisted on a broad range of litigation and arbitration matters, including telecom disputes, oppression and trust claims, and a number of class actions.

Maura worked as a judicial extern for the U.S. District Court for the Central District of California. A former competitive equestrian, Maura was a nationally ranked under-21 dressage rider.

The Canadian Chamber of Commerce

Acted for the Canadian Chamber of Commerce, an intervener, in appeals decided by the Supreme Court of Canada on September 20, 2019, arising from class action proceedings alleging a global, criminal price-fixing cartel in respect of optical disc drives, which clarified the standard for class certification in competition class actions, and settled long-standing issues concerning the applicability of limitation periods to the cause of action under s. 36 of the Competition Act and whether "umbrella purchasers" have a cause of action.

Bulletin

Top Court Expands Scope of Potential Liability in Price-Fixing Class Actions

Sept. 24, 2019 - The Supreme Court of Canada has released its long-awaited decision in two companion appeals that have significant implications for class actions alleging conduct that contravenes the criminal provisions found in Part VI of the Competition Act (Act). In its decision in Pioneer...

McKinsey Case Competition—Best Speaker; Overall Runner-Up (2015)

Bar Admissions

Ontario, 2019

Education

University of Toronto, JD/MBA, 2018
Carleton University, BA (Hons) (with High Distinction), 2014

Maura is developing a diverse litigation practice.

She has assisted on a broad range of litigation and arbitration matters, including telecom disputes, oppression and trust claims, and a number of class actions.

Maura worked as a judicial extern for the U.S. District Court for the Central District of California. A former competitive equestrian, Maura was a nationally ranked under-21 dressage rider.

The Canadian Chamber of Commerce

Acted for the Canadian Chamber of Commerce, an intervener, in appeals decided by the Supreme Court of Canada on September 20, 2019, arising from class action proceedings alleging a global, criminal price-fixing cartel in respect of optical disc drives, which clarified the standard for class certification in competition class actions, and settled long-standing issues concerning the applicability of limitation periods to the cause of action under s. 36 of the Competition Act and whether "umbrella purchasers" have a cause of action.

Bulletin

Top Court Expands Scope of Potential Liability in Price-Fixing Class Actions

Sept. 24, 2019 - The Supreme Court of Canada has released its long-awaited decision in two companion appeals that have significant implications for class actions alleging conduct that contravenes the criminal provisions found in Part VI of the Competition Act (Act). In its decision in Pioneer...

McKinsey Case Competition—Best Speaker; Overall Runner-Up (2015)

Bar Admissions

Ontario, 2019

Education

University of Toronto, JD/MBA, 2018
Carleton University, BA (Hons) (with High Distinction), 2014