Brad Moore

Partner

Bay Adelaide Centre
333 Bay Street, Suite 2400
P.O. Box 20
Toronto, ON M5H 2T6

Canada

Brad Moore is a Vice Chair of Fasken Martineau's Ontario Litigation Department. He has a commercial litigation practice with a focus on securities and financial services litigation. He represents investment dealers, registered representatives and other market participants in both civil and regulatory proceedings, as well as bidders and targets in contested mergers and acquisition transactions. He also regularly represents parties in proceedings to obtain court approval for complex plans of arrangement. Brad has also acted in a wide variety of complex commercial matters involving contract disputes, shareholder oppression and misuse of confidential information.

Brad has broad advocacy experience, having appeared before both levels of the Federal Court, the Ontario Court of Appeal, the Superior Court of Justice and the Provincial Court of Justice in numerous significant matters, as well as before the Ontario Securities Commission, the Investment Industry Organization of Canada (IIROC), and the Mutual Fund Dealers Association of Canada (MFDA). He has also represented clients in lengthy and complex international and domestic arbitrations.

Brad’s experience includes a secondment to a large financial institution, where he managed securities litigation for the institution's wealth management business and advised on a broad range of securities-related matters.

In 2017, Brad was recognized by Benchmark Canada as “Future Star” in both Ontario and Canada.

Featured Representative Experience

  • Co-counsel to several wealth management affiliates of a major bank in connection with a landmark no-contest settlement with Ontario Securities Commission
  • Counsel to a major investment dealer in the successful defence, via summary judgment, of a complex negligence claim
  • Co-counsel to a public company in an enforcement proceeding by the Ontario Securities Commission relating to continuous disclosure
  • Co-counsel (litigation) to First Quantum Minerals Ltd. in connection with the $5.1 billion unsolicited bid for Inmet Mining Corporation
  • Co-counsel to a major railway company in connection with a $100 million claim by its competitor relating to alleged misuse of confidential information