Anna has experience in a range of business litigation matters, with a focus on capital markets and the securities industry. She has provided advice and advocated for clients with respect to corporate disputes and remedies, breaches of contract, employment disputes, breaches of fiduciary duties, business torts, directors’ and officers’ liability, plans of arrangement, professional negligence, claims against investment advisors (acting for both securities registrants and investors), regulatory investigations and proceedings before securities regulators.
Anna has appeared before various courts in Ontario, including the Commercial Court, the Divisional Court and the Court of Appeal. She has advocated on behalf of clients in mediations and arbitrations of complex commercial disputes, including arbitrations under the JAMS Comprehensive Rules and Procedures in the United States and the ADR Chambers Arbitration Rules in Canada. She has also represented clients in enforcement and disciplinary proceedings before the Investment Industry Regulatory Organization of Canada (IIROC), the Ontario Securities Commission (OSC) and the Alberta Securities Commission (ASC). Anna has acted for public and private corporations, directors, officers, insurers, not-for-profit organizations, trustees and individuals.
Speaker, “Recent Efforts by Securities Regulators to Effect Investor Compensation”, The Advocates’ Society Second Annual Securities Symposium, September 13, 2012
Chair, The Advocates’ Society Arbitration and Mediation Advocacy Practice Group
Osgoode Investor Protection Clinic, Supervising Lawyer
Member of The Advocates’ Society
Member of the Toronto Lawyers Association
Called to the Bar – 2002
LL.B., University of Windsor – 2000
B.Sc., Queen’s University – 1996