Craig has a talent for assessing complex circumstances and tailoring legal strategy and advocacy to achieve the needs of the client. With a talent for precision and articulating the essence of a case, Craig has a proven record of winning trials, appeals, and hearings. Craig has successfully obtained extraordinary remedies in the context of injunctions, complex asset recovery, shareholder disputes, insolvency.
Craig also has courtroom experience and a personal interest in issues relating to unfair competition and the misappropriation of confidential business information and trade secrets. Originally from Western Canada, Craig practiced commercial litigation in a national firm setting for many years. Craig moved to Toronto in 2018 after receiving the Graduate Fellowship in Law and Innovation to pursue research relating to trade secrecy and unfair competition at the University of Toronto Faculty of Law.
Craig spent much of his youth in various forms of higher education and travel. He first encountered working with classified information while working as a Navel Combat Information Operator in the Canadian Forces, and sailed on several military vessels during this time. Craig received a Master’s of International History with distinction from the London School of Economics and was accepted into its PhD program. During law school he spent six months studying at Hong Kong University, and enjoyed travelling through East Asia.
While Craig hopes to return to travelling and hobbies and enjoys staying abreast of current affairs, at present when he is not practising law he is happily absorbed by raising his young children.