Dominic practises principally in the area of insurance litigation encompassing both coverage and defence matters. He specializes in advising and representing insurers with respect to commercial general liability, directors’ and officers’ liability and commercial property policies. Dominic has significant experience in the defence of products liability and sexual abuse litigation. He has appeared as counsel in the Ontario Superior Court of Justice and the Ontario Court of Appeal. Dominic is a frequent lecturer to professional bodies. He has published numerous articles on insurance and is a contributing editor to the leading Canadian insurance text, Annotated Commercial General Liability.
Dominic is listed and recognized in the following:
- Legal Media Group's Guide to the World’s Leading Insurance & Reinsurance Lawyers, 2011
- Best Lawyers in Canada®, 2011-2014
- Global Law Experts Directory, Insurance and Reinsurance Law (Canada)
Dominic is a graduate of Cambridge University, England, where he obtained both an M.A. and an LL.M. He was called to the Bar of England & Wales in 1988 and to the Bar of Ontario in 1992.
- Co-author: for the Commercial Insurance Litigation - Recent Developments of Importance 11th Edition of The Canadian Legal LEXPERT Directory
- Co-author: “Personal Injury Coverage Issues in the Internet World” Paper for OBA Professional Development, Solving Commercial General Liability Policy Issues program
- Co-author: “Liability Insurance Case Law” for the Lexpert Article - January 08, 2008
- Co-author: “The Expanding World of Employment Practices and Employee Benefits Coverage Claims” for CDLA
- Co-author: “Personal Injury Coverage in the Internet World” for Canadian Insurance Coverage Symposium June 2008.
- Co-author: “Commercial Insurance Litigation Recent Developments of Importance” (2006)
- Co-author: “The Expanding World of Employment Practices and Employee Benefits Coverage Claims (Part 1)” (March 2008) 26 Can. J. Ins. L. 21-34
- Co-author: “The Expanding World of Employment Practices and Employee Benefits Coverage Claims (Part 2)” (May 2008) 26 Can. J. Ins. L. 41-50