Anthony M.C. Alexander: Lawyer with McCarthy Tétrault LLP

Anthony M.C. Alexander

Toronto,  ON  Canada

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Practice Areas

  • Class Actions
  • Corporate Commercial Litigation
  • IP Litigation
  • Corporate Governance
  • Hospitality
Mailing AddressSuite 5300, TD Bank Tower, Toronto Dominion Centre, Toronto, ON, M5K 1E6
University Queen's University (B.A., Hons, 1988; M.A., History, 1989)
Law SchoolUniversity of Toronto, LL.B., 1992
Admitted1994, Ontario

Anthony Alexander is a partner in our Litigation Group in Toronto. His broad-based commercial practice focuses on written advocacy and the provision of advice and opinions in the context of complex business disputes, class actions, intellectual property litigation, real property/environmental matters, corporate governance mandates, and financing and acquisition transactions.

Mr. Alexander's recent publications, as author or co-author, include:

· "Cross-Border & Multijurisdiction Class Actions - A Canadian Perspective," in both the 2012 and 2013 editions of the American Bar Association's Annual Review of Developments in Business and Corporate Litigation;

· "The 'Unlawful Means' Element of the Economic Torts: Does a Coherent Approach Lie Beyond Reach?" in The Annual Review of Civil Litigation, 2010 (Carswell);

· "Demand Obligations: Divergence in Provincial Limitation and Prescription Periods" in National Banking Law Review (LexisNexis, 2010); and

· "The Enforcement of Foreign Non-Monetary Judgments in Canadian Courts" (Business Law Quarterly, McCarthy Tétrault, 2007).

Mr. Alexander received his BA (Hons.) in 1988 and his MA in 1989 in history from Queen's University and his LL.B. from the University of Toronto in 1992. He joined McCarthy Tétrault LLP following his call to the Ontario bar in 1994.


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The Second Opinion: “Stinky” but not “Fundamental” — The BCCA sets a High Hurdle for Repudiation of a Lease
Anthony M.C. Alexander, June 23, 2014
The contractual doctrine of “fundamental breach” is both doctrinally complex and highly contextual. In Stearman v. Powers, 2013 BCCA 206, the Court concluded that, on the facts before it, a commercial tenant had not been justified in repudiating her lease and walking away from the...

Limits to Limitations: The Ontario Court of Appeal Addresses the Doctrines of “Fraudulent Concealment” and “Special Circumstances”
Anthony M.C. Alexander, May 21, 2014
A recent decision involving solicitor’s negligence, Rajmohan v. Norman H. Solmon Family Trust, 2014 ONCA 352, required the Ontario Court of Appeal to consider two of the murkier issues relevant to limitations analysis — namely, (1) the doctrine of “fraudulent concealment”...

The Second Opinion: A Defamation Claim without “Merit” — The BCCA Shields Directors from Liability for Statements made as part of Continuous Corporate Disclosure
Anthony M.C. Alexander, April 16, 2014
Public corporations are required by law to provide continuous disclosure of information likely to be relevant to existing or potential shareholders. The directors of such corporations must be careful to ensure that such disclosure is timely and accurate, and that it cannot be characterized as...

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Anthony M.C. Alexander

66 Wellington Street
TorontoON M5K 1E6


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