Todd Storms is a Partner in the firm’s litigation group. Todd joined the firm after over a decade of practicing at International law firms in Ottawa and Toronto.
Todd practices primarily construction law and commercial litigation. In his construction practice he is frequently called upon to represent owners, subcontractors, suppliers and builders in all aspects of construction and in the areas of procurement, tender issues, contract review, litigation and arbitration.
Todd's commercial litigation practice includes complex corporate and commercial matters, commercial tenancy, securities litigation, contractual disputes, shareholder disputes, class action, directors liability, injunctions, bankruptcy and insolvency matters.
His experience includes representing and advising major financial institutions, multi-national corporations, corporate clients, large construction firms, general contractors, sub-trades, engineering firms and insurance companies.
Todd has argued cases at all levels of Court in Ontario and a number of Commissions and Boards, including the Financial Services Commission of Ontario, Ontario Securities Commission, Ontario Labour Relations Board, and the Ontario Municipal Board. He has also represented clients at the Federal Court of Canada, and Courts in British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, and Prince Edward Island. He has also represented clients at public inquiries, including most recently the Elliot Lake Inquiry in Elliot Lake, Ontario, as well as appearing before Parliamentary Committees.
Todd is a member of the Law Society of Ontario, the Advocates’ Society, the County of Carleton Law Association, the Frontenac Law Association, and the Hastings County Law Association.