Robert (Bob) Potts has been a Partner in the firm for more than thirty years. He is an experienced litigation counsel with a varied practice and extensive client list.
Bob has successfully acted for clients in disputes involving real estate and business contracts, corporate disputes and mortgage enforcement remedies. He has defended class actions and served as counsel in several leading cases, including Abdool andBre-X.
He participates in conferences and delivers papers on Aboriginal Law issues. Bob spoke at the 2012 Commonwealth Lawyers Association Property Law Conference in Belfast, Ireland on the subject of "Indigenous Peoples and Land Issues". In September 2007, he was a speaker at the Annual Commonwealth Law Conference held in South Africa, on “Aboriginal Claims in Canada”.
He has chaired seminars and lectured at the Ontario Bar Association, The Law Society of Upper Canada – Continuing Legal Education, and the Canadian Institute on commercial and litigation practice issues including class action proceedings. Bob is on the Faculty of the Osgoode Hall Law School Certificate in Fundamentals of Aboriginal Law program.