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Dana M. Peebles

McCarthy Tétrault LLP

Dana M. Peebles is past Chair of the National Class Actions Team at McCarthy Tétrault LLP and a partner in the Litigation Group in Toronto. He focuses his civil litigation practice on class actions, securities, and corporate-commercial litigation. Mr. Peebles has acted for leading Canadian companies in the trial and appellate courts including the Supreme Court of Canada. He provides ongoing strategic advice to a number of commercial clients. Mr. Peebles was co-counsel for defendants in the first two statutory secondary market securities class action leave motions in Canada. His recent class retainers include defending a banking institution, an electronics company, a leading manufacturer, and other significant public companies in data breach actions; mining, accounting, and cannabis public issuers in securities class actions; a major international chemical company, a leading electronics manufacturer, and an American airline company in anti-trust actions; several large Canadian companies in pension class actions; and several manufacturers in consumer product class actions. He is widely recognized in the leading legal ranking publications. He is a past Director of The Advocates’ Society, and a current Director of the Osgoode Society for Canadian Legal History.

Year Called to the Bar:1990 (ON)
66 Wellington St W, Suite 5300, TD Bank Twr
Toronto, ON
Phone: (416) 601-7839
Fax: (416) 868-0673
E-mail: [email protected]

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