David Gruber practises in the areas of corporate/commercial litigation, arbitration, restructuring and insolvency, and class actions. He has appeared regularly in the superior and appellate courts of British Columbia and Ontario and in the Federal Court, and has acted in several reported cases. As well, David has significant experience in both international and domestic arbitration and other alternative dispute resolution processes, and in negotiating and advising on dispute settlements.
David’s corporate/commercial litigation experience has encompassed shareholder and partnership disputes (including oppression claims), breach of contract cases, securities matters and allegations of breach of fiduciary duty. He has acted for corporations of all sizes, professional firms, governments, public and quasi-public institutions and for private individuals. In the area of restructuring and insolvency, David has acted for monitors, trustees and receivers, as well as for creditors and other affected parties, primarily in large-scale Companies’ Creditors Arrangement Act and Bankruptcy and Insolvency Act matters.