Paul-Erik’s commercial litigation practice focuses on class actions, competition law, complex commercial disputes, and professional liability. His clients include major technology companies, financial institutions, pharmaceutical companies, and franchisors. Paul-Erik has extensive trial experience, having acted as counsel in trials involving a number of industries and subject-matters, including a dispute over the implementation of a software package, an intellectual property matter relating to a pharmaceutical product, a misleading advertising case, and several contractual disputes. He has appeared repeatedly before both the Supreme Court of Canada and the Ontario Court of Appeal. Paul-Erik also has extensive experience with regulatory and public law proceedings, having represented clients in professional discipline committee proceedings, commissions of inquiry, and before various administrative tribunals. Paul-Erik has acted as an adjunct professor at the University of Toronto Faculty of Law. He is currently a sessional lecturer in the graduate program in the Department of Economics at the University of Toronto, where he teaches Economic Analysis of Law.