Paul’s litigation practice focuses on contract disputes, infrastructure and construction disputes, health law, employment law, shareholder disputes and product liability matters. He has extensive expertise acting for healthcare institutions and professionals in civil and regulatory proceedings, and as counsel to corporate directors and officers in shareholder disputes and oppression claims. He has appeared at all levels of court in Ontario, in judge-alone and jury trials, the Federal Court and Federal Court of Appeal, and in administrative and arbitral tribunals. He regularly appears before the Toronto Commercial List. He has acted as counsel in many major proceedings, including the $1-billion class action against SNC Lavalin and alleged nomination fraud involving the Ontario PC Party. Clients include University Health Network and Facebook, among others. Paul frequently presents on litigation topics and trial advocacy, and is a frequent instructor at Osgoode's Annual Intensive Trial Advocacy program. He is a member of the OBA’s Alternative Business Structures Task Force and the CBA’s working group for Solicitor-Client Privilege Claims at the Canadian border. His writing has appeared in the Annual Review of Civil Litigation, The Advocates’ Quarterly and The Advocates’ Journal.