David R. Byers
David R. Byers
(416) 869-5697
(416) 947-0866
199 Bay St, Suite 5300, Commerce Court West, Toronto, ON
Year called to bar: 1983 (ON)
David Byers is a partner and co-Chair of the National Litigation & Dispute Resolution Group. He was formerly Head of the Litigation Group in the Toronto office for over 20 years. David is highly experienced in complex commercial litigation, including product liability, securities, insolvency, and insurance, as well as in domestic and international arbitration. David has extensive advocacy experience appearing before both the Trial and Appellate levels of courts in Ontario. His representations reflect a practice of extraordinary depth and scope, including acting for companies and their management in a broad range of industries, such as manufacturing, technology, pharmaceutical, financial services, and tobacco. He has also acted for both lenders and debtors in several court-supervised restructurings.
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