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Connor Campbell is building a legal practice as part of the firm’s Litigation and Dispute Resolution group. His areas of focus include product liability, class actions, and competition litigation.

During his law studies, Connor was the Editor-in-Chief of Osgoode Hall’s newspaper, Obiter Dicta – the oldest law school newspaper in North America. Upon his graduation, Connor was awarded the Dean’s Gold Key Award, which is given to graduating students who have made an outstanding contribution to the school.


Rankings & Recognitions

  • Osgoode Dean’s Gold Key Award (2020)

Community Involvement

  • Editor Emeritus, Obiter Dicta

Education & Admissions

Called to the Ontario bar
Juris DoctorOsgoode Hall Law School
Honours Bachelor of Arts, PhilosophyUniversity of Toronto


Insights (5 Posts)

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Court of Appeal Confirms Setting Aside an Arbitral Award is a “Tall” Order

The Ontario Court of Appeal decision in Tall Ships Development Inc. v. Brockville (City) illustrates when a Court will interfere with an arbitration award.

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Mar 8, 2023
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Interpreting a Contractual Dispute Resolution Clause? Step in the Arbitrator’s Direction

This bulletin discusses a recent Ontario Superior Court of Justice decision on dispute resolution clauses in commercial contracts.

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Oct 24, 2022
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Merger Notification and Investment Canada Act Thresholds Updates

Updates readers concerning the 2022 Canadian merger filing thresholds under the Competition Act and the Investment Canada Act.

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Feb 7, 2022
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China Mobile Case Raises National Security Hang-up

China Mobile is challenging the Canadian government's order to divest its Canadian operations. The case raises important cross-border investment issues.

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Oct 25, 2021
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Mandatory Vaccination Policies for Employees: Enforceable or a Shot in the Dark?

There are vaccines, and there will be (at some point) enough for everyone in Canada to receive it. But what happens if your employees refuse to be vaccinated?

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Dec 23, 2020