Tudor has a diverse civil litigation practice, with a focus on investigations and interlocutory remedies.

Tudor regularly provides advice on the conduct of internal investigations and has assisted numerous clients on matters related to fraud and asset recovery.  He has obtained Mareva injunctions, Anton Piller orders and other interlocutory remedies for clients across a range of industries, including those in the financial, communication, health and transportation sectors.

Tudor represents clients responding to investigations by regulatory agencies, including the Ontario Securities Commission and the Competition Bureau, as well as defending clients charged with regulatory and quasi-criminal offences.  He also provides advice on matters related to corruption, money laundering and economic sanctions.

More broadly, Tudor represents clients on a range of civil litigation matters such as shareholder disputes, defamation claims and breach of contract cases. 

Tudor was a guest lecturer at Osgoode Hall Law School in 2011, 2012 and 2013 on the topic of shareholder remedies.