Toronto Fraud Litigation Lawyer Christopher W. Statham
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EDUCATION: University of New Brunswick and the University of Toronto
ASSOCIATIONS: Law Society of Ontario and the Canadian Defence Lawyers Association.

Christopher W. Statham

B.A., M.A., LL.B.


Toronto fraud litigation lawyer Christopher Statham is a graduate of the University of Toronto (B.A. & M.A in Philosophy) and the University of New Brunswick (LL.B). He completed his articles with Devry Smith Frank LLP was called to the bar in 2011.

During his articles, Christopher Statham gained extensive experience dealing with fraud litigation and fraud recovery and he has maintained it as a significant part of his practice since that time. He now represents individuals who have been defrauded as well as large and small companies, including financial institutions, in fraud litigation and fraud recovery matters and regularly advises clients on preventing and responding to employee fraud, including dealing with the destruction of evidence and dissipation of assets.

Toronto Fraud Recovery and Employee Fraud Lawyer Christopher Statham frequently appears before Ontario Superior Court of Justice and has also appeared before the Small Claims Court, the Ontario Ministry of Labour and the Tax Court of Canada.

Toronto fraud litigation Lawyer Christopher Statham is a member of the Law Society of Ontario and the Canadian Defence Lawyers Association.


News and Media


HR/Employment Seminar - October 13, 2016

Preventing and Responding to Employee Fraud

HR/Employment Seminar - June 2, 2016

Notice Periods for Short Service Employees

Employment Contracts - Christopher Statham

Christopher Statham of Devry Smith Frank LLP talks about employment contracts at the HR/Employment Seminar, more specifically he discusses termination clauses, consideration and restrictive covenants.

Employment Standards Update 2014

Employment Standards Update 2014 • New leaves under ESA, Canada Labour Code and EI • Update on key cases • Proposed amendments under Bill 14

What is Employee Fraud?

In this video, Christopher Statham, a Toronto employment lawyer talks to Toronto human resources professionals about "What is Employee Fraud?", employee theft and employment law. Christopher provides an overview of the types of employee fraud. They can include Falsifying expense reports Taking sick leave when not sick Accepting bribes or kickbacks Asset misappropriation This video outlines the different types of employee fraud and points that employers should consider before taking steps such as terminating the employee. This is a great overview for employers and Human Resources Professionals. Devry Smith Frank LLP has produced a series of videos and seminars to assist HR professionals and HR departments with employment law matters.

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