Anthony joined Flaherty McCarthy LLP as an associate in 2023 after working at a renowned plaintiff personal injury and medical malpractice firm. He has a diverse range of litigation experience and has appeared before the Social Security Tribunal and the Ontario Superior Court of Justice.
Anthony’s civil litigation practice is mainly comprised of the defence of motor vehicle accident tort and statutory accident benefit claims.
Anthony obtained his Juris Doctor degree from Osgoode Hall Law School where his interest in litigation was ignited by his research and writing about Canada’s regulatory response to the youth vaping crisis. His paper, Up in Smoke: Examining Canada’s Regulation of Vaping Products, was later published in the law journal RegQuest.
Prior to law school, Anthony obtained his Bachelor of Arts (Hons.) in Psychology from York University where he graduated Magna Cum Laude. While at York, Anthony was heavily involved in the lab. He conducted an Independent Research Study that explored the issue of juror bias and later went on to complete a thesis on juror attitudes toward hate crime.
In his free time, Anthony enjoys going to the gym, hitting the links with friends, travelling, and playing chess.
JD, Osgoode Hall Law School (2021)
Osgoode Mediation Clinical Intensive (Certified Community Mediator)
BA (Hons.), York University (2018)
Dean’s Honour Roll (2014-2017)
Continuing Education Scholarship (2014-2017)
Pro Bono Students Canada, Osgoode Chapter
Law Society of Ontario
The Advocates’ Society