Brendan Clancy is a member of the firm's Litigation, Arbitration and Investigations group.

Brendan provides strategic litigation (and litigation avoidance) advice to individual and corporate clients with a view to obtaining result-oriented, practical, and cost-effective solutions. Though he represents clients in a wide spectrum of matters, he has particular expertise in fraud claims, construction litigation, public-private partnership (P3) disputes, and pre-trial remedies such as injunctions and mandatory orders.

He has appeared before all levels of court in Ontario, the Federal Court of Canada, and administrative tribunals such as the Landlord and Tenant Board (Ontario) and the Trademarks Opposition Board.

Brendan graduated magna cum laude from the University of Ottawa’s faculty of law and was awarded the Osgoode Society Prize for Canadian Legal History as one of the top ten students in his graduating class.

Brendan is a mediation coach to students of Osgoode Hall Law School’s Theory and Practice of Mediation course and has lectured in that capacity on the topics of civil procedure and conducting effective mediations.

Prior to his career in law, Brendan was an officer in the Canadian Forces. As a communications engineer, he served in Bosnia and Afghanistan and was awarded the Chief of the Defence Staff Commendation for his work in the latter theatre of operations.