Malcolm's practice encompasses a broad range of civil litigation matters in the corporate and commercial areas, with experience including class actions litigation, construction litigation, franchise matters and commercial arbitration, as well risk management and crisis response, international trade, investment and regulatory compliance, with a focus on internal and regulatory investigations and anti-corruption compliance.
Malcolm has extensive experience in risk management and regulatory matters including internal investigations and regulatory and enforcement proceedings in industries including the commercial, extractive resources and environmental spheres. He has provided advice on a broad array of topics including anti-corruption compliance, investigation planning, search warrant response, sanctions compliance, documentary collection and production, privacy considerations, corporate due diligence, and remediation of identifiable issues. Malcolm has extensive experience advising Canadian companies in cross-border regulatory matters involving investigations by foreign regulatory authorities.
Malcolm holds a joint Bachelor of Laws and Bachelor of Civil Law from McGill University, and spent a semester studying law at the University of Copenhagen. Malcolm joined Osler as a summer student in 2011, and articled with the firm in 2012-2013.