• More About Andrew

    Andrew is a partner at ALG. His civil litigation practice includes complex commercial disputes, fraud, shareholder disputes, oppression remedies, director and officer liability, arbitration proceedings, injunctions, judicial review, and professional liability. Before joining ALG Andrew practiced at one of Toronto’s top commercial litigation boutiques.


    Andrew has significant courtroom experience. Andrew conducted dozens of trials as a criminal prosecutor. He has expertise in matters involving allegations of fraud, white-collar/corporate crime, and sexual misconduct. Clients, including the general counsel of large institutions, rely on Andrew to handle their most sensitive crises.


    In 2023, Benchmark Litigation named Andrew as a Future Star and included him in its “40 & Under List”. He was awarded Prosecutor of the Year by the International Association of Financial Crimes Investigators. Andrew teaches trial advocacy at Osgoode’s Intensive Trial Advocacy Workshop. He was elected to the Ontario Bar Association’s Civil Litigation executive and was past member of The Advocates’ Society Commercial Litigation Practice Group.


    Andrew clerked for the judges of the Ontario Superior Court, focusing on the Commercial List and class actions. He earned his law degree and an M. A. in philosophy from the University of Toronto.

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Notable Publications and Speaking Roles

Osgoode Intensive Trial Advocacy Workshop, Instructor 2023

"Essential Guide to Appellate Advocacy”, Ontario Bar Association, Panelist 2023

“Top Cases in Commercial Litigation,” The Advocates Society, Panelist 2023

“Shareholder Disputes: What Litigators Need to Know”, Law Society of Ontario, Panelist 2021

“Mills in Murder”, Criminal Law Quarterly, 2021 C.L.Q. 89, Author 2021

International Association of Financial Crimes Investigators Training Conference, Speaker 2020

Crown Attorney Fraud Course, Ministry of the Attorney General, Speaker 2019

Osgoode Professional LLM, Evidence Course, Guest Lecturer 2019