Managing partner announcement

Crawley MacKewn Brush LLP Names Matthew Scott Managing Partner

September 8, 2022

Crawley MacKewn Brush LLP is pleased to announce that Matthew Scott has been appointed managing partner effective September 8, 2022. Matthew was hired as CMB’s first associate in 2005. Since then, our firm has grown to 20 lawyers and we are delighted that Matthew has agreed to lead CMB’s management team. Matthew returns to us after over a decade of working in various senior roles in legal and compliance at CI Financial, where he held the position of vice president and chief litigation counsel. Matthew’s expertise in corporate and securities litigation, regulatory compliance management, and legal and compliance operations will be invaluable as he steers our firm through its next phase of growth and development.

“When I joined CMB in 2005, it was our goal to become one of the most highly regarded securities and corporate litigation boutiques in Canada.” Mr. Scott said. “I believe that over the last 17 years the firm has achieved that goal and I am very excited to be part of its future.”

Crawley MacKewn Brush LLP

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Crawley MacKewn Brush LLP is a leading corporate and securities litigation boutique based in Toronto. We are best known for our expertise in representing clients who participate in the capital markets and financial services industry. Our lawyers have successfully represented clients in some of the most significant and high-profile securities law cases in Canada and our corporate commercial litigation team is ranked among the best of our peers. We focus on achieving the best outcome for our clients, no matter how challenging the circumstances. We apply best practices in trial advocacy and dispute resolution in order to provide professional and skilled representation that both serves and reflects well on our clients.

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Matthew Scott

Crawley MacKewn Brush LLP

Law School

University of British Columbia

Year Of Call

2001

Area Of Practice

Litigation