I am a founding partner of D2Law LLP, an innovative and progressive law firm and the home of Fertility Law Canada at D2Law LLP – one of the country’s leading fertility law practices. My practice is devoted to employment law, corporate and commercial litigation, and fertility law.
I was a regular contributor for Advocate Daily and the author of various articles and papers, including publications in The Law Times, Lawyers Weekly, Creating Families and others. I also authored a chapter in Repair and Storage Liens Act: A Practical Guide, published by Canada Law Book in 2012.
Since 2007, I have been a practitioner as a solo or small firm lawyer and have had a keen interest in the business of law. An early adopter of legal technology and a firm believer that the practice of law must change with the times or be left behind, I follow legal innovation closely and aim to be at the forefront of the modernization of law practice.
I have experience representing businesses and individuals before courts of all levels in Ontario and before various administrative boards and tribunals. I am a graduate of the University of Western Ontario Law School, where I was highly involved in the academic mooting program. In 2002, I represented Western Law at the Niagara Moot Court Competition (an international mooting competition) where I won the Top Oralist award.
I was called to the Ontario Bar in 2004 and I am a member of the Canadian Bar Association.
When I'm not working, I enjoy spending quality time with my wife and two kids, travelling, reading, playing sports and socializing with friends.
Anatoly has experience in the following areas:
Disputes / litigation, Disputes / litigation (general), Employment / labour (general), Employment / labour law and pensions
Anatoly has previously helped clients in the following industries: