Crawley MacKewn Brush LLP welcomes new partner Dan ThomasJune 7, 2022
Crawley MacKewn Brush LLP is pleased to announce that Dan Thomas has joined the partnership.
Dan is a litigator with over 15 years of experience in complex trial advocacy and strategy. He maintains a practice which focuses on commercial litigation and includes white collar defence and investigations. Dan has acted in commercial litigation matters, including international arbitrations, on behalf of some of Canada’s major corporations and financial institutions. He has consolidated his strategic and advocacy skills in navigating sensitive litigation and investigations for organizations, corporations, and private individuals dealing with business disruption, governmental and regulatory intervention, and reputational risk. In addition, Dan has acted as a trusted advisor in matters involving complex and cross-border investigations, anti-corruption, anti-money laundering, and white-collar defence, enforcement and compliance. Prior to becoming a partner at the firm, Dan practised as a barrister in England & Wales for 12 years where he represented clients before all levels of court and various administrative and disciplinary tribunals.
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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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Bar Admission - England & Wales, 2005; Ontario 2020