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Polley Faith LLP Toggle navigation About Us Mark Polley Andrew Faith Harry Underwood Jacob Wilson Jeffrey Haylock Andrew Max Emma Carver Eric Brousseau Contact Polley Faith Contact Us Results Matter Scroll to see our team We're trusted by the best. Polley Faith LLP is one of Toronto's most respected litigation firms. Founded by experienced trial lawyers Mark Polley and Andrew Faith, our firm is retained by Canada's premier companies, institutions and individuals to solve complex litigation problems. We are called on regularly by other top firms to lend our special expertise in high-stakes commercial, regulatory and criminal disputes. Polley Faith has earned the trust of its clients and peers by a firm culture obsessed with getting client-focused results in every case. The Victory Building 1300-80 Richmond St. W. Toronto M5H 2A4 (map) T 416.365.1600 F 416.365.1601 E admin@polleyfaith.com Mark Polley Partner Mark has a wide-range of litigation experience, acting for corporations and individuals in complex commercial litigation. Mark also represents institutional clients and individuals in defamation, securities, competition, franchise, administrative/regulatory, criminal and professional liability litigation. Mark previously practiced in the litigation group of a top national firm and served as an Assistant Crown Attorney, where he gained extensive trial experience and provided advice to the police. T: 416.365.1603 E: mpolley@polleyfaith.com Download VCF Read More Andrew Faith Partner A Fellow of the International Academy of Trial Lawyers and rated by Martindale-Hubbell as Preeminent in litigation, commercial law and regulatory law, Andrew has extensive trial and appellate experience before all levels of court, including the Supreme Court of Canada. He is regularly chosen by nationally-recognized corporations, institutions and individuals to assist in complex commercial, regulatory and white-collar criminal litigation and appeals. T: 416.365.1602 E: afaith@polleyfaith.com Download VCF Read More Harry Underwood Counsel Harry is a senior trial counsel with great experience representing parties to a wide range of commercial disputes. He has acted for some of the largest Canadian and international enterprises in some of their most difficult high-stakes cases. T: 416.365.6446 E: hunderwood@polleyfaith.com Download VCF Read More Jacob Wilson Associate A former clerk of the Supreme Court of Canada and Gold Medalist at McGill University's Faculty of Law, Jacob represents clients in commercial, civil, and regulatory proceedings. Prior to Polley Faith, Jacob worked at two top New York-based firms, Sullivan & Cromwell and Shearman & Sterling. He has also served with the Office of the Prosecutor at the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda, spent two years volunteering in Ecuador, Bolivia and Cambodia, and planted 300,000 trees. T: 416.365.3223 E: jwilson@polleyfaith.com Download VCF Read More Jeffrey Haylock Associate Jeffrey is an associate at Polley Faith LLP and was called to the Ontario bar in 2012. He completed his legal education at Dalhousie University, where he won several awards and published peer-reviewed articles in the fields of legal history and private international law, and at Queens' College, University of Cambridge. Before beginning his practice in corporate/commercial, civil and regulatory litigation, Jeffrey completed clerkships with the Hon. Justice Eleanor Dawson of the Federal Court of Appeal and the Hon. Justice Thomas Cromwell of the Supreme Court of Canada. T: 416.365.0404 E: jhaylock@polleyfaith.com Download VCF Read More Andrew Max Associate Andrew's litigation practice includes commercial, civil, regulatory, administrative, and criminal proceedings. Andrew acts for clients involved in complex commercial disputes and appears at the Commercial List. Andrew's criminal and regulatory practice has included acting as prosecutor for the Ontario Securities Commission at trial and defending individuals accused of securities offences. Andrew clerked for judges of the Superior Court, with a focus on the Commercial List and class actions. T: 416.365.3113 E: amax@polleyfaith.com Download VCF Read More Emma Carver Associate Emma is a litigator at Polley Faith LLP practicing civil litigation, commercial litigation, regulatory litigation, and criminal defence. After graduating as the silver medalist from the University of Toronto's Faculty of Law, Emma completed a clerkship at the Court of Appeal for Ontario. She has appeared before the Superior Court, the Ontario Court of Justice and the Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario. T: 416.306.6445 E: ecarver@polleyfaith.com Download VCF Read More Eric Brousseau Associate Eric is a litigator whose practice includes civil, commercial and regulatory litigation as well as criminal defence. Eric was called to the bar in 2015. Before joining Polley Faith, Eric clerked for the judges of the Superior Court in Toronto. He worked for a number of Commercial List and class actions judges, as well as many judges on the civil and criminal lists. He also clerked for a judge of the Quebec Court of Appeal while in school. T: 416.365.0101 E: ebrousseau@polleyfaith.com Download VCF Read More Suite 1300 80 Richmond St. W. The Victory Building Toronto ON M5H 2A4 T 416.365.1600 F 416.365.1601 E admin@polleyfaith.com Mark Polley Partner Mark is one of Toronto’s leading litigation lawyers. He appears regularly in important cases focusing on complex commercial litigation and professional liability. He has experience both prosecuting and defending actions, and has acted in many areas of litigation including bankruptcy and insolvency, libel and media, franchise, competition, administrative/regulatory, oppression, criminal, employment, class actions and securities. Mark previously practiced for 6 years in the litigation group of McCarthy Tétrault LLP. From 2006 to 2010, he acted as an Assistant Crown Attorney with the Criminal Law Division, conducting hundreds of trials including white collar fraud, cyber, firearms and murder cases. Following law school, Mark served as a clerk to the Hon. Justices Rosalie Abella, Stephen Borins, and Marc Rosenberg of the Ontario Court of Appeal. He was called to the Ontario Bar in 2001. He teaches as a guest instructor at the Osgoode Hall Intensive Trial Advocacy Workshop, and is a member of the Ontario Bar Association, the Criminal Lawyers’ Association, the Advocates’ Society, the Toronto Lawyers’ Association and the International Association of Defense Counsel. T: 416.365.1603 E: mpolley@polleyfaith.com Download VCF Andrew Faith Partner Rated by Martindale-Hubbell as AV-Preeminent in litigation, commercial law, and regulatory law (highest rating). Elected as a Fellow of the International Academy of Trial Lawyers (2015). Andrew is regularly chosen by nationally-recognized corporations, institutions and individuals to assist in complex commercial, regulatory and white-collar criminal litigation and appeals. Andrew has particular experience both prosecuting and defending allegations of civil, regulatory and criminal wrongdoing. He has acted as external prosecutor to the Ontario Securities Commission’s Joint Special Offences Team, is general counsel to a national police service, has been appointed Independent Supervising Solicitor in white-collar fraud cases, and serves as external counsel to a professional regulatory body. He has also defended corporations, employees, and individuals in Foreign Corrupt Practices Act and Corruption of Foreign Public Officials Act investigations, federal regulatory investigations, Securities Act prosecutions, white-collar civil and criminal litigation, and corporate internal investigations. Andrew began his career in the International Arbitration and Litigation group of Shearman & Sterling in London, England and later joined the litigation group at McCarthy Tétrault in Toronto. In 2006 he became an Assistant Crown Attorney with the Criminal Law Division, conducting hundreds of jury and non-jury trials and hearings, including white collar, cyber crime, firearms, and murder cases. In 2010, Andrew was awarded the Excelsior Award for excellence by the Ministry of the Attorney General. Andrew received his BCom from McGill University and his LLB from UBC. In 2001, he was designated a Wesbrook Scholar, one of the University's highest distinctions. He was called to the Ontario Bar in 2003. Following law school, Andrew served as clerk to the Hon. Justice Robert Décary of the Federal Court of Appeal. Andrew teaches the Trial Advocacy course at Osgoode Hall law school and is a guest instructor at the Osgoode Hall Intensive Trial Advocacy Workshop. He is a Fellow of the International Academy of Trial Lawyers, the International Association of Defense Counsel, the Advocates' Society, the Ontario Bar Association, the Toronto Lawyers’ Association, and the Criminal Lawyers’ Association. T: 416.365.1602 E: afaith@polleyfaith.com Download VCF Harry Underwood Counsel Harry joined Polley Faith as counsel in 2013 after a long and productive career at McCarthy Tetrault in Toronto, where he rose to become one of its most senior partners practicing civil litigation. He was educated at Oxford and the University of Toronto Faculty of Law, and was called to the Ontario bar in 1981. Harry has served as lead counsel in dozens of trials (including jury trials) in the courts of Ontario and in the Federal Court. He is also a very seasoned appellate advocate. He has appeared on several occasions in the Supreme Court of Canada. He has also appeared in the courts of other provinces, including Saskatchewan whose bar he joined early in his career. He has led arbitrations under both domestic and international law regimes. Harry has represented some of the best-recognized names in corporate Canada, among them leading banks, insurance companies, investment managers, major utilities, resource companies, and manufacturers. His wide-ranging experience in the conduct of commercial litigation includes many cases in contract, corporate law (including officers' and directors' liability and shareholders' rights), securities, fraud and misrepresentation, breach of trust, insolvency, and banking law. He is experienced in the defence of class actions. He has led the defence of many medical malpractice and other professional liability cases. Harry is a Fellow of the American College of Trial Lawyers. He is recognized in Best Lawyers in Canada, 2016 in four categories, including Corporate and Commercial Litigation and Administrative and Public Law. Harry is an active speaker, teacher, and writer on legal issues. He taught due diligence to corporate directors at the Directors' College (Conference Board of Canada and DeGroote School of Business). As a member of the adjunct faculty of the University of Toronto Faculty of Law, he taught shareholders' rights and remedies. He is a co-author of Defending Class Actions in Canada (1st and 2nd eds.), and a past contributor to Canadian Business Law Journal and Commercial Litigation. T: 416.365.6446 E: hunderwood@polleyfaith.com Download VCF Jacob Wilson Associate A former clerk of the Supreme Court of Canada and Gold Medallist at McGill University’s Faculty of Law, Jacob represents clients in commercial, civil, and regulatory proceedings. Before joining the firm, Jacob worked as an attorney for two New York-based firms, Sullivan & Cromwell and Shearman & Sterling, and was located in their London and Toronto offices, respectively. He has advised on a wide variety of complex international corporate, securities, and mergers & acquisitions matters, including representing companies, sovereigns or financial institutions in approximately $50 billion of securities offerings. While at Shearman & Sterling LLP, Jacob worked in a pro bono capacity as a visiting attorney with the Office of the Prosecutor at the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda (ICTR), located in Arusha, Tanzania, where he assisted in an appeal concerning a former minister in the Rwandan government that presided over the 1994 genocide. Jacob previously served as clerk to the Hon. Justice Morris J. Fish of the Supreme Court of Canada, assisting in a diversity of criminal, constitutional, and civil cases. Jacob studied law at McGill University, where he completed the B.C.L./LL.B. program at an accelerated pace and graduated with a Gold Medal. Prior to law school, Jacob was a policy analyst with the Institute on Governance in Ottawa, focussing on Aboriginal governance. Jacob also completed the Parliamentary Internship Programme, providing legislative and policy assistance to Members of Parliament from two different parties. Jacob also holds an M.A. from the University of Warwick, where he studied as a Mackenzie King scholar, and a B.A. (Hons.) from Trent University. As part of his undergraduate studies, he completed the Foundation Year Programme at the University of King’s College in Halifax. Early in his career, Jacob spent two years volunteering with international development and human rights groups in Ecuador, Bolivia and Cambodia, and four summers working as a tree-planter to fund his studies. He speaks English, French, Spanish and some German and Czech and has planted 300,000 trees. Jacob Wilson was admitted to the bar in both the State of New York and the Province of Ontario in 2009. He is a member of the Advocates’ Society, the Law Society of Upper Canada, the Toronto Lawyers’ Association, the Criminal Lawyers' Association and the Canadian Bar Association. T: 416.365.3223 E: jwilson@polleyfaith.com Download VCF Jeffrey Haylock Associate Jeffrey is an associate at Polley Faith LLP practising corporate/commercial, civil and regulatory litigation. Jeffrey holds a BA (Hons) from Trinity College, University of Toronto; an MPhil in linguistics from Queens' College, University of Cambridge; an LLB from Dalhousie Law School; and an LLM, also from Queens' College, University of Cambridge. While at law school he held the Borden Ladner Gervais research fellowship, served as a Co-Editor-in-Chief of the Dalhousie Journal of Legal Studies, represented Dalhousie at the Gale Cup national criminal moot and won several awards. He has also published articles in the fields of legal history and private international law in the peer-reviewed Dalhousie Law Journal. After finishing his legal education Jeffrey served as clerk to the Hon. Justice Eleanor Dawson of the Federal Court of Appeal. He subsequently served as clerk to the Hon. Justice Thomas Cromwell of the Supreme Court of Canada. During his two clerkships Jeffrey worked on a wide variety of criminal, regulatory, tax, administrative, intellectual property, civil and commercial cases. Jeffrey is an adjunct faculty member teaching in Osgoode Hall Law School’s international LLM program. Jeffrey was called to the Ontario bar in 2012. He is a member of the Advocates' Society, the Law Society of Upper Canada, the Canadian Bar Association, the Toronto Lawyers’ Association and the Ontario Bar Association. T: 416.365.0404 E: jhaylock@polleyfaith.com Download VCF Andrew Max Associate Andrew is a litigator with a practice that includes commercial, civil, regulatory, administrative, and criminal proceedings. Andrew regularly acts for and advises clients involved in complex commercial disputes including shareholder disputes, oppression claims, and mining royalty litigation. As part of this practice, Andrew has advised underwriters in connection with cross-border securities disputes. Andrew has also successfully appeared before the Divisional Court to judicially review the actions of a municipality. Andrew has acted at trial as prosecutor for the Ontario Securities Commission’s Joint Serious Offences Team (JSOT) in quasi-criminal proceedings. He has also defended individuals accused of securities offences. Before joining the firm, Andrew clerked for the judges of the Superior Court in Toronto, including the Regional Senior Justice, the head of the Commercial List, and a class actions judge. At the Commercial List, Andrew was involved in a range of complex commercial cases, including contested cross-border CCAA proceedings. Prior to his clerkship, Andrew was a summer student in the commercial litigation group of a national Bay Street firm. He also served as intern for the Prosecution at the International Criminal Court, where his team secured the ICC’s first conviction. Andrew holds a J.D., a M.A. in Philosophy, and a B.A. from the University of Toronto. He completed the Foundation Year Programme at the University of King’s College in Halifax. Andrew was called to the bar in 2014. He is a member of the Advocates’ Society, the Criminal Lawyers’ Association, INSOL International, and the Ontario Bar Association. While at law school, Andrew volunteered in the criminal law division of Downtown Legal Services, U of T’s poverty law clinic. Andrew was Executive Editor of the Journal of International Law and International Relations. T: 416.365.3113 E: amax@polleyfaith.com Download VCF Emma Carver Associate Emma is an associate at Polley Faith LLP practicing commercial litigation, civil litigation, regulatory litigation and criminal defence. Before joining the firm, Emma clerked at the Court of Appeal for Ontario for the Hon. Justices Feldman, Sharpe and Benotto. She gained exposure to a variety of legal fields including civil law, commercial law, administrative law, class actions, constitutional law and criminal law. Prior to her clerkship, Emma was a summer student at a national Bay Street law firm. She assisted on a variety of matters including a multi-week defamation trial, a product liability class action, and other commercial disputes. Emma also spent a summer representing low-income individuals in criminal matters before the Ontario Court of Justice through Downtown Legal Services, the University of Toronto’s legal clinic. She has appeared before the Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario. Emma received her J.D. from the University of Toronto, graduating as the Silver Medalist. She was awarded the John Atkinson Prize for Achievement in Litigation Courses, the Blake, Cassels & Graydon LLP Prize in Taxation, and the Michael John Eccles Prize in Criminal Law. While at law school, she sat on the executive board of Downtown Legal Services and served as the clinic’s Community Outreach Coordinator. Emma completed her Bachelor of Arts in Economics and Political Science at McGill University. Her distinctions included graduating with the highest standing in her economics program and receiving the prize for French as a Second Language. She was the recipient of the Alexander Mackenzie Scholarship for Achievement in Political Science and was a Canadian Millennium Excellence Award Scholar. Emma was called to the Ontario bar in 2015. She is a member of the Advocates’ Society, the Canadian Bar Association, the Toronto Lawyers’ Association and the Criminal Lawyers’ Association. T: 416.306.6445 E: ecarver@polleyfaith.com Download VCF Eric Brousseau Associate Eric is a litigator whose practice includes civil, commercial and regulatory litigation as well as criminal defence. Before joining the firm, Eric clerked for the judges of the Superior Court in Toronto. He worked for a number of Commercial List and class actions judges, as well as many judges on the civil and criminal lists. Among the matters he worked on are a contested motion for certification of a class action, summary judgment motions, CCAA proceedings, an oppression remedy trial, an appeal to the Divisional Court under the Securities Act, and a wide range of civil and criminal matters. Prior to his clerkship, Eric summered at a leading national law firm, spending time in their litigation and labour & employment groups. Eric completed his B.C.L./LL.B. at McGill University. He holds a B.A. and M.A. in History, also from McGill University. While at law school, Eric served as the Director of Research for the Legal Information Clinic at McGill, where he and five other Directors oversaw a team of 100 volunteers who handled upwards of 3,000 cases annually. He also clerked for the Hon. Judge Fran?ois Doyon of the Quebec Court of Appeal while in school, focusing predominantly on issues in criminal and family law. Eric also participated in the faculty’s High School Outreach Program, was involved with Innocence McGill, and completed two placements through Pro Bono Students Canada, including one with the Canadian Civil Liberties Association. Eric was called to bar in 2015. He is a member of the Advocates’ Society, the Toronto Lawyers’ Association, the Canadian Bar Association, and the Criminal Lawyers’ Association. T: 416.365.0101 E: ebrousseau@polleyfaith.com Download VCF

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