1980 – LL.B (Osgoode)
1987 – LL.M (Lond.) – Commercial and Corporate Law
1982 – Present – Law Society of Upper Canada, Barrister and Solicitor
1988 – England and Wales*, Solicitor
1998 – Bermuda*, Barrister and Attorney-at-law
2005 – New York*, Attorney and Counselor-at-Law
While David is admitted to practice in Ontario, Canada and New York State, and is on the roll of Barristers and Attorneys at Law in Bermuda, he currently practices only the laws of Ontario and Canada.
I have been appointed as an arbitrator by the Ontario Superior Court of Justice.
I have spoken and been interviewed in relation to arbitration matters, including:
Law Times Cover Story – Enforce arbitration agreements: ruling, November 21, 2016, Re: Haas v. Gunasekaram, 2016 ONCA 744 (Co-Counsel on motion) –
New Developments in Emergency Arbitration Procedures – Interview Published in Law Times (April 2013)
American Bar Association Annual Meeting, Section of Litigation event “Strategic Choices in International Arbitration: the Impact of Forum Selection and Choice-of-Law Decisions” covering competence-competence doctrine, severability (separability) and judicial intervention in determining the jurisdiction of a tribunal; and the enforcement of arbitral awards, including public policy exclusion to enforcement and the effect of local limitation periods in the recognition and enforcement of foreign arbitration awards in UNCITRAL / Model law jurisdictions (August 2011)
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