Douglas Montgomery joined the firm as an associate after clerking with the Honourable Michael J. Moldaver at the Supreme Court of Canada. Douglas’ practice focuses on contractual and commercial disputes, public law, professional discipline and regulation, and class proceedings. Douglas has a particular interest in issues of statutory interpretation.
Prior to his law studies, Douglas worked in the public sector on regulatory modernization initiatives. As a student at Osgoode Hall Law School, he received several awards for mooting and academic achievement, including the Canadian Bar Association’s Paul Smith Memorial Essay Award.
- Osgoode Hall Law School, J.D., 2018
- University of Bergen (Norway), M.Phil, 2009
- University of Alberta, B.A. (Hon.), 2007
- Ontario, 2019
Richard Stephenson, Emily Lawrence and Douglas Montgomery represented a trade union in a complex arbitration involving drug and alcohol testing in nuclear facilities, and in a related constitutional challenge in Federal Court to a regulatory instrument imposing drug and alcohol testing in nuclear facilities. Richard, Emily and Douglas obtained interim stays from the arbitrator and the Federal Court of the implementation of drug and alcohol testing in nuclear facilities, pending final disposition (2022 FC 73).