TODD WHITE is a senior Toronto criminal lawyer. Mr. White has been practicing criminal law in Toronto since 1992. He articled for Edward L. Greenspan and Marc Rosenberg, as he then was, in 1990. He then practiced law at the firm of Greenspan, Rosenberg and Buhr, becoming a partner in 1998. He continued to practice with the firm (formerly known as Greenspan, White) until he established his own firm in 2012.
Todd White has taught criminal procedure at the Law Society of Upper Canada Bar Admission Course and has been a guest lecturer in Evidence, Criminal Law and Procedure and Trial Advocacy at Osgoode Hall Law School; University of Toronto Law School and the Faculty of Arts and Sciences at the University of Toronto.
He has been involved in many high profile and complex criminal and Charter of Rights cases in Ontario and across Canada. Mr. White's practice includes defending people charged with criminal offences, including charges under the Controlled Drugs and Substances Act, the Criminal Code of Canada, the Income Tax Act and the Extradition Act; conducting bail hearings and bail reviews; acting in Securities Act investigations and prosecutions, Income Tax Act investigations, and Coroners' Inquests; defending people charged under the Occupational Health and Safety Act and the Environmental Protection Act; and defending Professional Discipline Complaints before administrative tribunals. He is very experienced in conducting Extradition hearings and Mutual Legal Assistance Treaty (M.L.A.T.) Requests. His practice is focused mainly in criminal law at all trial and appellate courts. A substantial portion of his practice is in trials in the Superior Court of Justice and Ontario Court of Justice.
Todd White's C.V.
Canada Life Building 330 University Avenue
Toronto, Ontario, Canada