Jay completed his undergraduate education at Dalhousie University, graduating in 1995 with a Bachelor of Commerce degree. He then went on to earn a Master’s of Business Administration from Memorial University in 1998. Jay obtained his law degree from the University of Saskatchewan in 2009.
After graduating he worked with various advertising and media companies in the United States. Following that he worked with numerous orthopedic medical device companies in which he would assist doctors in the proper use of implants during surgical procedures. Jay’s interest in civil litigation stemmed from his time spent working with surgeons and seeing the impact these injuries had on these patients and their family’s lives.
Jay has successfully represented clients in complex personal injury matters before the Ontario Superior Court of Justice, the Ontario Court of Appeal, the Ontario Human Rights Commission, the Financial Services Commission of Ontario, Workplace Safety and Insurance Appeals Tribunal and the Canada Pension Plan Review Tribunal. Jay’s practice is focused on personal injury claims including motor vehicle accidents, occupiers liability, long term disability insurance claims, product liability claims and general liability claims/insurance disputes.
- Admitted to the Bar of Ontario, 2010
- Dalhousie University, B.Comm (1995)
- Memorial University of Newfoundland, MB (1998)
- University of Saskatchewan, LL.B (2009)