Horia Bundaru acts for large corporations and financial institutions in complex legal disputes, primarily in commercial law, construction law and energy law. He has acted as counsel in several high-profile cases. Recently, he successfully represented Hydro-Québec in the landmark case Churchill Falls (Labrador) Corporation Ltd. v. Hydro-Québec before the Supreme Court of Canada. Mr. Bundaru has pleaded before the Québec Courts, the Federal Court of Canada and arbitration boards. He currently chairs the liaison committee with the Québec Superior Court, Civil Division of the Montréal Bar and sits on the construction law section executive committee of the Canadian Bar Association, Québec branch. Mr. Bundaru gives seminars and training sessions regularly, particularly in construction law. He teaches civil procedure at the Québec Bar school and is a very active member of the legal community, including the Bar of Montréal, where he also chairs the Salon Visez Droit committee.