100 King St W, Suite 3400, 1 First Canadian Pl, PO Box 130, Toronto, ON
Year called to bar: 1998 (ON)
Cheryl Woodin is an experienced litigator with a broad background who focuses on the defence of class and other multi-party actions in a variety of industries. Her practice includes managing and coordinating Canadian litigation in the context of multi-jurisdictional proceedings as well as advising clients on litigation risk mitigation in regulated environments. She has both jury and non-jury trial experience and has appeared at all levels of Court in Canada. Cheryl has defended clients across a broad variety of industries in claims involving consumer products, automotive parts, drug and medical devices, securities, labelling and billing practices, and environmental contamination. She has also acted for and against public authorities in the context of litigation related to limits of statutory powers and the development of novel tort claims. Cheryl is co-Head of the Class Actions practice group and a sought-after speaker. She is a regular speaker on advocacy, trial practice, and class actions, and is an active member of The Advocates' Society, American Bar Association, and International Association of Defense Counsel. Cheryl is adjunct faculty at the University of Toronto Faculty of Law and a co-Chair of the University of Toronto’s University Tribunal, Trial Division.