Katelyn Ellins maintains a general civil litigation practice with a focus on complex commercial and ‎securities litigation. ‎

Katelyn represents both corporate and individual clients on a wide range of commercial law matters. Her ‎clients have included corporate directors, large financial institutions, technology companies, real estate ‎developers and insurance brokers. ‎

Katelyn has extensive experience representing clients in shareholder disputes and complex transactional ‎disputes. Katelyn regularly advocates for clients in relation to claims of oppression, breach of fiduciary ‎duties, fraud, misrepresentation and the duties of good faith and honest contractual performance. Katelyn ‎also provides strategic advice to public and private clients on a variety of corporate governance matters. ‎Katelyn has acted for clients at all levels of Court in Ontario, including the Commercial List and the Court ‎of Appeal of Ontario.‎

Prior to joining the firm, Katelyn worked at a boutique corporate and securities law firm that specializes in ‎providing legal and strategic advice to undervalued and underperforming Canadian public and private ‎companies.‎

During law school, Katelyn was the Internal Director of Dalhousie’s Student Advocacy Service and won ‎several awards, including the Robert E. Bamford Memorial Prize awarded to the graduating student who ‎best combines academic excellence with a commitment to the law school community and the Alistair ‎Fraser Award in Commercial Law. ‎