Varoujan Arman

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  • Called to the Bar of Ontario, 2011
  • J.D., University of Windsor
  • B.A., York University
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Varoujan Arman
 Overview

Varoujan Arman is a partner in the firm’s Commercial Litigation group and Co-Chair of the firm’s Fraud, Investigation, Recovery and Enforcement (FIRE) group.

Varoujan’s clients rely on him to guide them through the complex world of commercial litigation.  Known among his clients and colleagues as a prompt, dependable and fearless advocate, Varoujan is equally persuasive in the boardroom as he is in the courtroom.  Clients with matters ranging from shareholder disputes and oppression claims, debt collection and enforcement of foreign judgments to construction law, lease disputes, regulatory matters, and professional negligence claims benefit from Varoujan’s practical and cost-effective approach to litigation. Varoujan assesses strengths and weaknesses early on to pinpoint the optimal strategy for any case.

Raised by a musical family, Varoujan also maintains an active music production and DJ career. With his connections to the local music scene, Varoujan is uniquely positioned to provide legal advice to other musicians and DJs, promoters, nightclubs, festivals and talent agencies. By combining his passion for the law with his passion for music, Varoujan offers clients the context and expertise that can only be provided by an industry insider.

Varoujan appears regularly before the Superior Court of Justice in Toronto and various surrounding jurisdictions.  Varoujan has also appeared at the Divisional Court and Court of Appeal for Ontario.

 Education
  • J.D., University of Windsor
  • B.A., York University
 Practice Areas  Called to the Bar
  • Called to the Bar of Ontario, 2011
 Assistant  Experience
  • Klein v Stiller, 2015 ONSC 3705 -

    Successful defence of motion to add client as defendant beyond expiry of limitation period, decision affirmed on appeal by the Divisional Court: 2016 ONSC 1930

  • Continental Casualty Co. v Symons, 2015 ONSC 6394 -

    Successful motion for summary judgment for recognition and enforcement of $45 million foreign judgment

  • 10 Dundas Street Ltd v Koryo Korean BBQ Franchise Corp., 2015 ONSC 4564 -

    Successful motion for summary judgment in commercial leasing dispute

Recognition

 Speaking  Publications
 News  Podcasts  Blogs  Memberships

Memberships

  • Law Society of Ontario
  • Ontario Bar Association
  • Armenian Bar Association
  • Young Construction Executives' Club
  • The Advocates' Society
 Community

Community

  • Director, Sponsorship - MLSE Foundation 'Game Changers' Executive Committee
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