Michael Hebert is one of the leading Environmental Law lawyers in Canada. His visionary work as the Plaintiff’s counsel in Tridan v. Shell, 2002 Carswell Ont 1, 154 O.A.C. 1, 57 O.R. (3d) 503, a benchmark decision of the Ontario Court of Appeal radically changed the face of environmental law and the assistance it afforded to victims of environmental damage. Michael’s work following that decision has continued to demonstrate a careful and innovative approach: Huang v. Fraser Hillary’s, 2018 ONCA 527, Sorbam Investments Ltd. v. Litwack, 2017 ONCA 850 and Mojgan Soleimani et al. v. Rolland Levesque et al. (pending). Michael provides consulting and advocacy in relation to regulatory and compliance matters under applicable environmental legislation. Michael’s areas of practice include: environmental litigation; class actions; contaminated land and Brownfield sites; municipal, planning and land development matters; due diligence in complex real estate transactions; renewable energy and off-set credits; clean tech; corporate and directors liability; and environmental appeals. Professional: Executive Committee Member of the Canadian and Ontario Bar Associations Environmental Law Sections; Teaching for the Law Society of Ontario, Canadian Bar Association and Ontario Bar Association.