Mr Michael Mysak > Bennett Jones LLP > Toronto, Canada > Lawyer Profile
Bennett Jones LLP Offices
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Mr Michael Mysak
Acting for a variety of clients including public and private corporations, financial institutions, groups of defrauded investors and retail brokerage clients, Michael Mysak has a corporate/commercial litigation practice with an emphasis on securities litigation, shareholder disputes and fraud litigation.
Michael is a former Chair and board member of Calgary Legal Guidance and is a former board member of the Canadian Club of Calgary and the Calgary Blockwatch Council.
University of Saskatchewan, BA, 1999
University of Saskatchewan, LLB, 2000
Lawyer Rankings(Next Generation Partners)
Bennett Jones LLP has one of the most highly respected teams in Alberta, fielding experienced partners in Calgary and Edmonton. The firm also benefits from an increasingly prominent Toronto base, which is home to one of the market’s leading class action practices. In Western Canada, the group is best known for its premier reputation in the energy, mining and construction fields. Based in the Calgary office, Blair Yorke-Slader QC has a first-rate litigation practice, with unrivalled expertise in energy-related matters, while Munaf Mohamed co-chairs the fraud law practice and advises on a mix of civil fraud, product liability and energy litigation. Michael Mysak, also in Calgary, is recommended for his growing profile in securities and fraud litigation. In Toronto, Jeffrey Leon is sought after for securities litigation and class actions. Other names to note in Toronto are Michael Eizenga, who co-leads the class action group, and Robert Staley, who focuses on securities litigation and class actions.
Top Tier Firm Rankings
- Dispute resolution
- Energy and natural resources: oil and gas
- Transport: aviation
- Competition and antitrust
- Corporate and M&A
- Energy and natural resources: mining
- Energy and natural resources: power
- International trade
- Real estate
- Restructuring and insolvency
- Banking and finance
- Capital markets
- Indigenous law
- Infrastructure and projects
- Intellectual property
- International expertise
- Labour and employment