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Thomas
N.T. Sutton

Associé

Toronto

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t. +1 416-601-8082

3651

Faculté de droit

University of Detroit Mercy
Université de Windsor

Admission au barreau

Ontario, 1998

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« Tom Sutton has owned us in this area. He is great – very aggressive when you need him to be, very passionate about the litigation he does. You want a lawyer who is invested in your cases and is excited about doing them. »
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Driving technology in litigation

Tom was an early adopter and a firm leader in the use of legal technology in litigation. In particular, he lead the committee that created our firm’s original e-Discovery/Litigation Support platform and he now frequently collaborates with our MT>3 division and other groups within the firm to drive innovative solutions for our clients.

Reputable news organizations recognize Tom as an invaluable resource and commentator on technology and law. He has appeared on CBC broadcast programs, The National and World Report, and in print publications, such as The Globe and Mail, National Post and The Lawyers Weekly, frequently commenting on issues relating to the impact of technology in litigation.

Empowering education and community

Tom has established himself as a trusted advisor who can be counted on both professionally and personally, as his commitment inside the courtroom is mirrored in his community. He has taught at Queen’s University Faculty of Law and McMaster University’s DeGroote School of Business, and regularly speaks and leads seminars at The Advocates’ Society, Osgoode Hall Law School, The Law Society of Ontario and the Canadian Bar Association in Ontario. He is a member of the LSPEI’s Continuing Professional Education Sub-Committee. Tom has served as board director for several charitable groups, drawing on his legal expertise by leading special committees related to corporate governance and re-organization.