Alex is an associate in the firm's Litigation and Dispute Resolution Group with a broad commercial litigation practice including shareholder and partnership disputes, and construction, bankruptcy and insolvency, real property, debtor-creditor, and judicial review proceedings. He regularly appears before the Superior Court of Justice and the Commercial List in Toronto. Alex also has experience in proceedings before the Federal Court of Canada. Prior to joining Foglers, Alex articled with a prominent litigation firm in Toronto.
Alex believes in results-based litigation. He tailors his approach to his clients' specific needs, while guarding their interests.
Alex graduated from the University of Toronto in 2015 and obtained his J.D. from Osgoode Hall Law School in 2018. While at Osgoode, Alex served as President of the Legal and Literary Society, Osgoode's student government. He also competed as an oralist in the Price Media Law Moot, representing Osgoode at Cardozo Law School and Oxford University.
In his spare time, Alex enjoys warming up his courtroom vocal chords at live concerts, creating custom art pieces (commissions open), playing guitar, and being walked by his dogs.
JUNE 16 2021
Published in JUST: Forging Your Own Path: Alternative Routes to Big Law
Featured in the OBA's JUST Magazine:
APRIL 16 2021
Forging Your Own Path: Alternative Routes to Big Law
DECEMBER 08 2020
New Year, New Normal: Extensive Amendments to the Rules of Civil Procedure
On November 30, 2020, a new regulation to amend the Ontario Rules of Civil Procedure — O. Reg. 689/20 — was filed. It will come into effect on January 1, 2021.
The regulation introduces various amendments to the Rules which take into consideration our increasingly virtual litigation practices. These amendments will include new rules around virtual hearings, electronic signatures, commissioning, preparing documents and electronically exchanging documents.
NOVEMBER 13 2020
Shining a Light on Privacy: Untangling the Web of Canadian Privacy Laws
Bonnie Fish and Alexander Evangelista co-authored "Shining a Light on Privacy: Untangling the Web of Canadian Privacy Laws" published in Thomson Reuters' Annual Review of Civil Litigation 2020. This paper is intended to offer guidance in navigating the expanding landscape of Canadian privacy laws.
Regularly cited by appellate courts across Canada, including the Supreme Court of Canada, the Annual Review of Civil Litigation has been providing leading-edge coverage of the civil litigation issues of the day.
Each article in this edition is designed to help you understand how new developments in Canadian law will affect your practice.
Reproduced by permission of Thomson Reuters Canada Limited from Annual Review of Civil Litigation 2020, ed. The Honourable Mr. Justice Todd L. Archibald.
MAY 01 2020
Top Takeaways in Commercial Litigation, 2019
Takeaways from The Advocates' Society annual Top Cases in Commercial Litigation program. Republished with permission from The Advocates' Society.
MARCH 25 2020
Litigation During the COVID-19 Pandemic: Is Your Matter Urgent?
On March 17, 2020, the Ontario Superior Court began restricting the matters that would be heard amidst COVID-19 concerns. For civil and commercial matters in Toronto, the Court will only be hearing matters related to outstanding warrants or urgent and time sensitive motions that pose a risk of immediate and significant financial repercussions if they are not dealt with. This leaves an important question unanswered: what is considered urgent?
- Called to the Ontario Bar, 2019
- Osgoode Hall Law School, J.D., 2018
- University of Toronto, B.Sc. (High Distinction), 2015
Shining a Light on Privacy: Untangling the Web of Canadian Privacy Laws, Annual Review of Civil Litigation (2020)
- The Advocates' Society, Member-at-Large, Insolvency Litigation Practice Group, 2021-2022 Term
- Ontario Bar Associatio
- Canadian Bar Association
- Law Society of Ontario
- Osgoode Hall Dean’s Gold Key Award
- Osgoode Hall Legal & Literary Society Student Excellence Award