Mr. Storrow is a senior litigation partner involved in arbitration, mediation, civil and criminal law. His expertise includes general commercial litigation, personal injury, native claims, general commercial litigation, criminal law, environmental law, “White Collar Crime”, anti-dumping and international trade cases
His practice has involved numerous appearances at all levels of the provincial and federal court systems, including numerous appearances before the Supreme Court of Canada. Mr. Storrow was counsel on the leading First Nations cases of Guerin v. Her Majesty the Queen, R. v. Sparrow, Roberts v. The Queen, and R. v. Gladstone at all court levels along with a number of aboriginal rights and other leading Canadian cases including Apsassin, DelgamuukwandErmineskin v. Her Majesty the Queen. Three of his cases have been ranked by Canadian legal scholars as among the top 15 most important cases in Canadian legal history.
Mr. Storrow has conducted several trials at all Court levels in the Northwest Territories and in every province of Canada except Prince Edward Island.
Mr. Storrow’s cases appear approximately 500 times in various Canadian legal reports.
Mr. Storrow is recognized annually in The Canadian Legal Lexpert Directory as one of the leading lawyers in Canada.
|Dispute Resolution Experience and Training
Mr. Storrow has been involved with a wide variety of litigious matters and alternative dispute resolution matters over the past 47 years.
|Professional and Other Activities
Mr. Storrow has written and lectured on a number of “White Collar Crime”, “Aboriginal Rights”, “Medicare in Canada” “Child Pornography” and several other matters and acted as defence counsel in one of Canada’s first money laundering cases.
Mr. Storrow has been a frequent lecturer and conference co-ordinator for both the Continuing Legal Education Society of B.C. and the University of British Columbia Law School. He has delivered lectures and chaired panels both inside and outside of Canada as well as at the University of Victoria, School of Public Administration; Canadian Institute for the Administration of Justice; The International Centre for Criminal Law Reform & Criminal Justice Policy, Canada; Trial Lawyers Association of British Columbia and Pacific Business & Law Institute, the University of Calgary Law School and Pacific Business & Law.
University of British Columbia, LL.B., 1962
Marvin R.V. Storrow, Q.C., C.Arb
Law office of Blake, Cassels & Graydon LLPVancouver BC CA
ADR Certified Designation : C. Arb and C. Med
VanIAC Panel(s) : Domestic Arbitration, International Arbitration, Mediation
Practice Areas : Aboriginal Law, Accounting Law, Banking Law, Class Action Lawsuits, Combines, Commercial Law, Commercial Lease, Company Law, Competition Law, Conflict Law, Construction Law, Consumer Law, Contract Law, Corporate Law, Defamation Law, Employment Law, Employment Law - Benefits, Energy Law, Engineering Law, Environmental Law, Estate Law, Estate Law - Trusts, Estate Law - Wills, Financial Services, Fine Art Law, General Civil Law, Government Law, Health Law, Hospitality Industry, Human Rights, Insurance Law, International Law, Land Use Law, Leaky Condo Disputes, Life Science Law, Mediation, Mining Industry, Negligence Law, Non-Profit Law, Partnership Disputes, Pension Law, Personal Injury Law, Product Liability Law, Professional Negligence Law, Resource Management Law, Shareholder Rights, Staff Law, Tax Law, Team Facilitation, Trade Law, Vendor Law, Work Place Law