is a lawyer at Lenczner Slaght.
Zach’s developing litigation practice covers a range of areas, including corporate-commercial disputes and administrative and intellectual property litigation. Prior to being called to the Bar, Zach articled at Lenczner Slaght. Before that, he worked at a boutique litigation firm in Montreal, where he assisted with general civil, commercial, and intellectual property litigation files.
Zach is a graduate of the University of Ottawa’s National Program, and holds degrees in both civil law and common law. He has previously worked as an assistant to a Member of Parliament in the House of Commons and a research assistant in the legal department of one of Canada’s largest e-commerce companies.
Counsel to the plaintiff in oppression proceedings concerning the alleged fraudulent execution of a share transfer agreement. Successfully obtained an order setting aside a finding of contempt of court.
Counsel to the plaintiff/defendant by counterclaim in a complex dispute concerning allegations of misrepresentation in the course of a transaction to sell a mortgage brokerage.
Last Friday, the Supreme Court of Canada released its long-awaited decision in the case of Moore v Sweet, and settled a troubling issue in the trusts and estates world: the case of the disappointed life insurance beneficiary.
Canada’s leading litigation firm continues to add to its collective experience and knowledge with the addition of five talented associates.
Lenczner Slaght is delighted to welcome Derek Knoke, Graham Henry, Jonathan D. Langley, Sean Lewis, and Zachary Rosen to the firm as our new associates.