CHRIS KINNEAR HUNTER is a lawyer at Lenczner Slaght.
His practice encompasses a broad range of civil litigation, including corporate-commercial, administrative and regulatory matters. He has a particular focus on shareholder disputes, corporate restructuring and insolvency proceedings and class actions.
As part of his professional liability practice, he routinely defends physicians on behalf of the Canadian Medical Protective Association and prosecutes members on behalf of the College of Massage Therapists of Ontario.
Chris has been counsel at all levels of Court in Ontario, the Supreme Court of Canada and any number of statutory tribunals throughout the Province. He has published a number of articles on topics ranging from the rules of civil procedure to securities law.
Prior to joining Lenczner Slaght he worked for the Missing Women Commission of Inquiry undertaken by the Province of British Columbia and at the Canadian Embassy in Washington D.C.
While at law school, Chris and his teammates placed first in both the Lerners LLP and Gale Cup moots and were selected to represent Canada at the Commonwealth Moot in Cape Town, South Africa. Since being called to the Bar, Chris has remained involved in mooting as a coach of Osgoode Hall’s Jessup Moot team and as a member of the committee responsible for staging the Gale Cup.