Nafisah Chowdhury is a lawyer practising in commercial and employment litigation. She provides day-to-day strategic advice to businesses of all sizes on a broad range of matters, including navigating workplace issues, resolving shareholder disputes and addressing privacy law concerns. Over the course of her career with Miller Thomson, she has built a reputation as a trusted adviser who not only understands the business realities of her clients, but who can be relied upon to provide timely and practical advice.The breadth of Nafisah’s litigation experience encompasses such areas as the enforcement of restrictive covenants, defending employers against wrongful dismissal lawsuits, judicial review of administrative decisions, and asset recovery in commercial fraud cases. She regularly appears before the Ontario Superior Court of Justice and assists with cases before various other levels of court, including the Federal Court and the Ontario Court of Appeal. She also assists with cases before various administrative tribunals. Nafisah completed her undergraduate studies at the University of Waterloo in 2004 and obtained her law degree from the University of Toronto in 2007. After graduating from law school, she articled with Miller Thomson and was admitted to the Ontario Bar in 2008.