Trevor N. May

Associate

Trevor N. May

Trevor N. May

Associate

Expertise
Bar Admissions
  • Ontario, 2020

Trevor is developing a comprehensive dispute resolution practice.

He has assisted on a diverse range of litigation and arbitration matters, including contractual disputes, oppression and trust claims, class actions, and an intervention before the Supreme Court of Canada.

Trevor N. May

Associate

Trevor is developing a comprehensive dispute resolution practice.

He has assisted on a diverse range of litigation and arbitration matters, including contractual disputes, oppression and trust claims, class actions, and an intervention before the Supreme Court of Canada.

Canadian Chamber of Commerce

Acted for the Canadian Chamber of Commerce as an intervener before the Supreme Court of Canada in an appeal concerning whether Canadian law should recognize a novel tort of disgorgement of profits gained as a result of wrongdoing.

TransAlta Corporation

Acting for TransAlta Corporation in defending an oppression action brought by Mangrove Partners, a minority shareholder. Mangrove seeks to set aside a $750-million strategic transaction entered into between TransAlta and Brookfield Renewable Partners.

SK Hynix America Inc.

Acting for SK Hynix America Inc. in its defence of multiple class actions across Canada alleging anti-competitive conduct in respect of the sale of dynamic random-access memory (DRAM) chips, including with respect to cross-border issues arising out of parallel U.S. class actions.

Vale Canada Limited

Acted for Vale Canada Limited and its affiliates in defending contractual claims before the Supreme Court of Newfoundland and Labrador in an amount of almost $500 million that were asserted by the Plaintiff under an Option Agreement pertaining to the Voisey's Bay Nickel Project. This case was settled in September, 2018, at the end of the first week of a four month trial that would have involved dozens of lay and expert witnesses. This was the first "hybrid trial" and first electronic trial ever conducted in the Province of Newfoundland and Labrador.

Bulletin

COVID-19 and the Courts: What You Need to Know

Oct. 27, 2020 - Across the globe, courts are rapidly adapting their practices and procedures, initially in response to the COVID-19 pandemic and now to the gradual resumption of activities and easing of restrictions. As Canadian provinces gradually move toward reopening, courts have also begun to reopen their...

Bar Admissions

Ontario, 2020

Education

McGill University, BCL/LLB, 2019
McGill University, MA, 2016
University of Toronto, BA (Hons) (with High Distinction), 2014

Trevor is developing a comprehensive dispute resolution practice.

He has assisted on a diverse range of litigation and arbitration matters, including contractual disputes, oppression and trust claims, class actions, and an intervention before the Supreme Court of Canada.

Canadian Chamber of Commerce

Acted for the Canadian Chamber of Commerce as an intervener before the Supreme Court of Canada in an appeal concerning whether Canadian law should recognize a novel tort of disgorgement of profits gained as a result of wrongdoing.

TransAlta Corporation

Acting for TransAlta Corporation in defending an oppression action brought by Mangrove Partners, a minority shareholder. Mangrove seeks to set aside a $750-million strategic transaction entered into between TransAlta and Brookfield Renewable Partners.

SK Hynix America Inc.

Acting for SK Hynix America Inc. in its defence of multiple class actions across Canada alleging anti-competitive conduct in respect of the sale of dynamic random-access memory (DRAM) chips, including with respect to cross-border issues arising out of parallel U.S. class actions.

Vale Canada Limited

Acted for Vale Canada Limited and its affiliates in defending contractual claims before the Supreme Court of Newfoundland and Labrador in an amount of almost $500 million that were asserted by the Plaintiff under an Option Agreement pertaining to the Voisey's Bay Nickel Project. This case was settled in September, 2018, at the end of the first week of a four month trial that would have involved dozens of lay and expert witnesses. This was the first "hybrid trial" and first electronic trial ever conducted in the Province of Newfoundland and Labrador.

Bulletin

COVID-19 and the Courts: What You Need to Know

Oct. 27, 2020 - Across the globe, courts are rapidly adapting their practices and procedures, initially in response to the COVID-19 pandemic and now to the gradual resumption of activities and easing of restrictions. As Canadian provinces gradually move toward reopening, courts have also begun to reopen their...

Bar Admissions

Ontario, 2020

Education

McGill University, BCL/LLB, 2019
McGill University, MA, 2016
University of Toronto, BA (Hons) (with High Distinction), 2014