Matthew Latella has over 20 years of experience as a trial lawyer and a track record of success in high-stakes matters, both acting for plaintiffs and defendants. He was seconded to the Firm's London office, where he focused on multijurisdictional fraud litigation, including ground-breaking asset recovery and enforcement matters. He has been recognized as an "outstanding professional" by the Legal 500 Canada in Dispute Resolution. Matthew is a frequent contributor to www.Canadianfraudlaw.com and has for several years co-authored the Canada Chapter in the Asset Tracing and Recovery Review, published by Law Business Research (UK). He has also served as a liaison between the Baker McKenzie pro bono committees in Europe and North America and acted as team leader on significant international pro bono matters, especially with regard to questions on international peace, security and war crimes tribunals.
Matthew focuses his practice on all aspects of corporate and commercial litigation, including civil fraud, enforcement and asset recovery, breach of trust and all manner of contractual disputes. He also has experience working on cases involving economic torts, security enforcement, shareholder rights and remedies, product liability and international commercial law matters. Matthew's practice also covers jurisdictional disputes, labour and employment, real estate, insurance-related litigation, international and domestic commercial arbitration, as well as appellate advocacy.