Eric Hoaken's litigation practice is primarily focused on class proceedings but also includes health law matters and complex commercial litigation such as shareholders' disputes, directors' and officers' liability issues and contractual disputes. In class proceedings matters, he has appeared in Ontario, Saskatchewan and British Columbia courts on behalf of parties to securities, price fixing, consumer services, tax, pension and product liability actions. He has published on a variety of subjects relating to class actions and has served as an Adjunct Professor at Western University in London, Ontario, where he taught the class actions course. He has appeared in all levels of court on a wide variety of complex commercial litigation cases and before a broad array of administrative tribunals in health, energy and securities-related proceedings. He is a Fellow of, and serves on the Board of Directors of, the International Academy of Trial Lawyers, and also serves on the Board of The Advocates’ Society. He has been recognized for class actions and litigation by Benchmark Canada and by Chambers Global for class actions. He frequently lectures and teaches on a variety of litigation and advocacy-related topics. He was called to the Ontario Bar in 1994.