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 individual respondents in an application relating to a worldwide and multijurisdictional Mareva injunction, including Malaysia, Cyprus and Australia.
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.
In the late 2019 decision in V.M.Y. v S.H.G., Justice Kristjanson of the Ontario Superior Court of Justice for the first time recognized the tort of “publicity placing a person in a false light” in Canadian law. But do we need yet another invasion of privacy tort?
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.