Peter J. Osborne
Osgoode Hall Law School
Peter's advocacy practice includes securities matters, commercial and industrial disputes, cross-border restructuring and insolvency cases, class actions, governance issues as well as professional regulatory litigation and disciplinary proceedings. He appears regularly before a wide range of courts and tribunals across Canada, in cross-border proceedings and in arbitrations in numerous jurisdictions.
Peter routinely advises shareholders, officers, directors, special committees and boards of public as well as private companies in crisis situations and shareholder and governance disputes. He also acts for such clients in the context of cross-border litigation and insolvency proceedings. In addition, he both prosecutes and defends professional disciplinary proceedings.
For many years, Peter taught trial advocacy at the University of Toronto Faculty of Law and at Osgoode Hall Law School. He is also a regular instructor for continuing legal education programs of The Advocates' Society.
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