Gordon Marsden

Gordon Marsden

Associate

After several years of practicing at a large firm in Toronto, Gordon Marsden joined Will Davidson LLP in 2013.

Education: Gordon received his BA from University of Toronto, an MA from Concordia University and his LLB from Queens University.

Gordon Marsden - Associate

Gordon has accrued significant experience in defending claims of professional negligence against engineers, insurance brokers, financial advisors, home inspectors, police officers and medical professionals as well as acting in actions arising from product liability and property damage.

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Since being called to the bar in 2003, Gordon has developed a broad based practice in civil and commercial litigation. He has assisted senior counsel in conducting trials (and conducted his own trials) in actions arising from personal injuries resulting from motor vehicle accidents, slip and falls, and medical malpractice as well as contract disputes. He has appeared before the Superior Court of Justice and the Court of Appeal.

Additionally, Gordon has accrued significant experience in defending claims of professional negligence as against engineers, insurance brokers, financial advisors, home inspectors, police officers and medical professionals as well as acting in actions arising from product liability and property damage.

Publications / Speaking Engagements

  1.  Gordon Marsden spoke at Will Davidson LLP’s seminar “Diversified Litigation Series” on September 22, 2017. He presented the topic of trying a chronic pain case from the plaintiff’s perspective.
  2. Gordon Marsden spoke at Will Davidson LLP’s seminar “Anatomy of a Personal Injury Trial: from Jury Selection to Jury Verdict” on September 27, 2018. He presented the examination in chief of the economic loss expert.
  3. Gary Will and Gordon Marsden wrote “Opportunities for Litigators: Class Action Proceedings” for the September 2018 edition of The Litigator.
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