Adam Bazak is passionate about advocacy. As a litigation associate in Gowling WLG's Toronto office, Adam is driven by providing exceptional value to his clients and focused on achieving excellent results. Whether acting for multi-national corporations, foreign governments, governmental and regulatory organizations, Crown corporations, class members or businesses, Adam delivers individualized service to realize the outcomes clients expect.
Adam's evolving practice is centered on class actions, complex commercial disputes and appellate advocacy. Adam's lawyering skills continue to be honed while acting on a broad array of complex and novel disputes at all levels of Canadian courts, including: plaintiff- and defence-side class actions, constitutional challenges, judicial review applications, securities litigation, enforcement matters, nuclear litigation, pharmaceutical litigation, blockchain regulatory matters, and cannabis-related litigation.
Adam currently acts as class co-counsel for a nationally certified class action.
While in law school, Adam was heavily involved in the mooting program, serving as its Treasurer for two years while participating in various moots. Among the awards he received while taking part in Osgoode Hall Law School's mooting program were a top factum prize in the Jessup International Law Moot, where he went on to co-represent Canada at the international rounds. Upon graduation, Adam was awarded the Legal and Literary Society Student Leadership Award and the F.W. Minkler Prize for outstanding integrity, scholarship and contribution to his alma mater.