Max Skrow is an associate in the Commercial Litigation and Employment Law Practice Groups at WeirFoulds. His practice is focused on a broad range of commercial disputes and employment law issues.

Prior to joining WeirFoulds as an associate, Max completed his summer and articling terms at the firm, gaining extensive experience resolving complex disputes and advising on various employment law issues. Max has contributed to trials and appeals in various Ontario courts and tribunals.

During his time at Western University, Max competed in a number of moots, finishing as a finalist in the Legate and Associates Medical Malpractice Moot and the Hicks Morley Labour and Employment moot. He also represented Western in the Warren K. Winkler Class Actions external moot.

Max has a passion for mentoring others. He served as a legal research, writing, and advocacy teaching assistant in his second and third year of law school, and has coached youth football for the Oakville Titans football program.

  • Bodkin v Doe, 2020 ONSC 1852 (SCJ)
  • Durham Sports Barn Inc. Bankruptcy Proposal, 2020 ONSC 5938 (SCJ)
  • Jackson v Stratics Networks Inc., 2021 ONSC 1575 (SCJ)
  • Recipient, Law Society of Upper Canada Prize, 2019
Called to the Bar
  • Ontario (2020)

Education
  • J.D. Faculty of Law, Western University, 2019 (Dual Degree Program)
  • B.A., Political Science – Western Scholars Distinction, Western University, 2019 (Dual Degree Program)

Speaking Engagements

Speaker, "RGD Creativity & The Law Webinar: Implications of the Pandemic: Employment Law Issues", Designers Promoting Designers, Online, June 18, 2021
Speaker, "Preparing Your Workplace for Success Post COVID-19", WeirFoulds LLP, Online, June 9, 2021

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Additional Publications:

  • Co-author (with Nadia Chiesa), “Interlocutory Orders, Interim Recovery of Personal Property and Medical Examinations of a Party”, Civil Procedure & Practice in Ontario, September 7, 2021