Matthew Stroh is a member of Blaney McMurtry’s Insurance Litigation group. He litigates errors and omissions claims on behalf of professionals, particularly in the investment/securities industry. He has acted and assisted on matters before the Superior Court of Justice, the Financial Services Commission of Ontario and the Court of Appeal for Ontario.
Matthew has diverse litigation experience in class actions, corporate/commercial, employment, foreign investment, human rights, insurance, personal injury, products liability and private international law disputes. In addition to his legal experience, Matthew also has a particular interest in personal investing and finance and has passed the Canadian Securities Course and level 1 of the Chartered Financial Analyst Program.
Matthew was admitted to the Bars of Ontario and New York in 2009. During law school, he was the president of the International Law Association and was awarded the Professor Denys C. Holland Award for his contribution to the quality of education and the quality of life at Western. In 2007, he clerked at the Caribbean Court of Justice in Port of Spain, Trinidad.