Daniel Chung (email@example.com)
Associate, BWL Canada
Member of the Québec Bar since 2012
Member of the Ontario Bar Since 2013
- Commercial Law
- Corporate Law
Daniel obtained both Bachelor of Civil Law and Bachelor of Common Law from the University of Ottawa, where he graduated with great honours and was the recipient of academic awards. During the course of his studies in law, he participated in the Sopinka moot court competition and interned at Industry Canada as part of a Technology Law Internship. He began his legal career articling at one of the major law firms in Canada before practicing in litigation for over three years.
Daniel has extensive experience in all forms of litigation and has worked on some of the biggest class-action files in the country.
Prior to his studies in Law, Daniel obtained a Bachelor of Commerce from McGill University, with a major in Finance. His background in business and in litigation gives Daniel a unique perspective, allowing him to advise businesses on their legal needs and to offer practical solutions.
Marler is an established expert in the rule of law and public international law generally. I have seen him at work over the years and he is impressive. A barrister with a quick mind, an eloquent tongue and a talent with a pen, as well as having a keen sense of humour. I selected him to be my General Counsel at EQ-G for a reason.General Sir David Richards GCB CBE DSO (former UK CDS and now Lord Richards of Hertsmonceux)
Lawyers in private practice with talent and expertise in resolving MDB sanctions cases are few and far between, but Lee Marler is one of them. He has proven himself time and again to be knowledgeable and highly effective. He is also a fine advocate and draftsman, and this is why I instruct him – where necessary – to assist IACD in its efforts to curb corruption on AfDB financed projects.Anna Bossman, Director, AfDB’s Integrity and Anticorruption Department (“IACD”)
An unparalleled blend of legal expertise in the area of International Administrative Law and an understanding of the mindset and functioning of legal departments at international institutions.”Zbigniew Kominek, Former Chair, EBRD Staff Council