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Darryl Mann

Torkin Manes LLP | Toronto, Ontario, Canada

A lawyer since 1989


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Torkin Manes LLP
151 Yonge Street, Toronto, Ontario, Canada M5C 2W7
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Darryl, a principal figure in our Litigation Group, provides advisory services on business matters, operations, and strategic planning for his clients. He also stands as the primary counsel in courts and arbitration, both in Canada and globally, as well as in front of various administrative and regulatory bodies, tackling a broad spectrum of complex commercial litigation cases.

From 2007 to 2009, Darryl led the International Alliance of Law Firms (now known as Ally Law), a global consortium of carefully selected law firms, with Torkin Manes playing a pivotal founding role. He remains an active participant in Ally Law.

Within the firm, Darryl has contributed significantly through various roles, previously leading the Litigation Department and the Marketing and Business Development Committee, and currently influencing the Compensation and Finance Committees.

Acknowledged as one of Canada's leading commercial litigators and dispute resolution experts, Darryl has earned the title of Benchmark Litigation Star for four years in a row, from 2020 to 2023.

His areas of expertise are Corporate Finance & Securities, Litigation & Dispute Resolution, Commercial Litigation, and Securities Litigation.

Darryl's professional standing is reinforced by his admission to the Ontario Bar in 1990, following his graduation from the University of Windsor's Law School (Dean's List) in 1988 and obtaining a BA from McGill University in 1985. His extensive experience and recognition in the field underscore his commitment to excellence in commercial litigation and dispute resolution.


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