Trent Morris joined Himelfarb Proszanski as an associate in 2009. He was called to the bar in Nova Scotia in 1992 and Ontario in 1994, having graduated from Dalhousie University. Prior to joining the firm, Trent practiced with a large national law firm practicing in the area of complex commercial litigation.
Trent has developed experience in a wide variety of litigation matters. In addition to having represented clients in class action proceedings, which have been among the largest in Canadian history, Trent has successfully argued constitutional division of powers aspects of high profile Charter of Rights cases at all level of courts in Ontario. He has represented clients in two matters of national importance before the Supreme Court of Canada and has been part of a successful trial team in a proceeding involving the validity of the patent of one of the top ten selling drugs in Canada and the world.
Trent has been a guest speaker and presenter at continuing legal education seminars, including for the Law Society of Upper Canada. Trent has also served as a volunteer as a board member for not-for profit community organizations and as a coach of youth sports teams.
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The Early Disqualification of the Counsel Witness – Practical Considerations v. the Right to Counsel of Choice (2005), XI Commercial Litigation No. 2, 562.
Eli Lilly Canada Inc. v. Novopharm Limited, 2009 FC 1018 (T.D.)
Canada (Attorney General) v. Hislop, 2007 S.C.C. 10,  1 S.C.R. 429
Andrade v. Kennelly, 2007 ONCA 898
Waterloo v. Wolfraim, 2006 CanLII 26166 (Ont. S.C.J.)
Hislop v. Canada ( Attorney General),  73 O.R. (3rd) 641 (C.A.)
Halpern v. Canada,  65 O.R. (3rd) 201 (C.A.)