Kerry is an associate in Blaney McMurtry’s insurance litigation group.
Kerry has a broad insurance defence practice. He defends various personal injury matters involving individual, commercial and municipal clients. He also defends professional negligence claims with a particular focus on claims against lawyers and police officers. Kerry also has experience in defending property damage and product liability matters.
Kerry has appeared before the Superior Court of Justice, the Ontario Divisional Court, the Ontario Court of Appeal and the Supreme Court of Canada.
Kerry has a B.A. Honours degree in International Development Studies from the University of Guelph. He obtained his joint Political Science and Development Studies Masters degree in 2003, also from the University of Guelph. In 2008 he obtained his LLB from the University of Ottawa. As a law school student in Ottawa, Kerry worked for the Minister of Democratic Reform (Government House Leader) and the Minister of Justice.
- "The Supreme Court and the Law of Causation Revisited Again”, (co-authored with Stephen Moore and Roderick S.W. Winsor), 7th Annual Update Personal Injury Law and Practice 2011, Osgoode Hall Law School Professional Development CLE, September 28, 2011
- "Malicious Prosecution and Negligent Investigation: Where Are We?”, (co-authored Eugene Mazzuca and Rafal Syzmanski), article for the Canadian Association of Police Boards (Presented at the Canadian Institute's "The Law of Policing" conference held on May 5 and 6th, 2010 by Eugene Mazzuca)
- "The Supreme Court of Canada and the Law of Causation Revisited", (co-authored Stephen Moore with additional comments by Roderick Winsor), 6th Annual Update Personal Injury Law and Practice, Osgoode Hall Law School Professional Development CLE, September 16, 2010
- "The Very Latest in Causation, Where are We Now?”, (co-authored with Stephen Moore), 5th Annual Update Personal Injury Law and Practice 2009, Osgoode Hall Law School Professional Development CLE, September 21, 2009