Brodie Noga

Brodie Noga

Associate, Litigation

Contact Information

tel: 236.429.2802



Bar Admission

  • British Columbia, 2021
  • Ontario, 2018


  • McGill University, B.C.L./LL.B.
  • McGill University, M.A.
  • Simon Fraser University, B.A.


English, French

Brodie is an associate in our Litigation group. His practice is focused on corporate and commercial litigation with an emphasis on appeals. Brodie frequently advises clients on complex commercial litigation matters and is experienced in administrative law, constitutional law, class actions practice, complex tort, and contractual disputes.

Brodie has appeared before the Ontario Superior Court, the Divisional Court of Ontario, and the Ontario Court of Appeal.

Prior to joining Osler, Brodie was an associate at a boutique law firm and previously clerked at the Supreme Court of Canada for the Honourable Justice Gascon.

    * Notable matters prior to joining Osler, Hoskin & Harcourt LLP

    • * Successfully appealed a case management order directing a summary judgment motion with oral evidence (reported in Nirmalendran et al. v. T.E.C. Leaseholds Limited et al. 2021 ONSC 6823)
    • * Counsel for the appellants in appeal of common issues trial judgment in systemic negligence class action
    • * Successfully resisted appeal of judgment in a construction lien action (reported in 1157391 Ontario Inc. v. Ortiz, 2021 ONSC 5923)
    • * Defended respondent in professional misconduct proceedings before the Immigration Consultants of Canada Regulatory Counsel (reported in ICCRC v. Farrokhi Koukia, 2021 ICCRC 12)
    • * Successful appealed judgment awarding the respondent homeowners a prescriptive easement and title by adverse possession (reported in Vivekanandan v. Terzian, 2020 ONCA 500)
    • * Successfully responded to an appeal of order establishing the Law Foundation of Ontario’s entitlement to the Class Proceedings Fund levy (reported in Welsh v. Ontario, 2020 ONCA 210)
    • * Successfully appealed judgment in fire insurance coverage dispute on behalf of the insurer (reported in Champion Products Corp. v. Intact Insurance Company, 2020 ONCA 111)

  • Volunteer Lawyer, Supreme Court of Canada Leave Application Assistance Program
  • Volunteer Lawyer, Small Claims Court Duty Counsel

  • Law Society of British Columbia
  • Law Society of Ontario
  • The Advocates’ Society
  • Canadian Bar Association

  • Model of Deference: Justice Gascon’s Legacy to Administrative Law, Supreme Court Law Review, Forthcoming
  • Shantona Chaudhury, Cristina Senese and Brodie Noga, Rules of Civil Procedure, Rule 63 - Stay Pending Appeal in Civil Procedure and Practice in Ontario, Noel Semple (ed.), Canadian Legal Information Institute
  • Key Policy Reforms: Improving Bargaining Unit Certifications, (August 2017) Canadian Foundation for Labour Rights