Simon Cameron

Simon Cameron

Associate, Litigation

Contact Information

tel: 416.862.6430



Bar Admission

  • Ontario, 2018


  • University of Toronto, J.D.



Simon’s general litigation practice focuses on complex commercial disputes, with particular focus on shareholder, securities, and privacy disputes. He has appeared as counsel before the Supreme Court of Canada, all levels of court in Ontario, and numerous regulatory bodies. Simon has also assisted clients in conducting internal investigations and in responding to regulatory and police investigations.

Prior to joining Osler, Simon was an associate at another leading law firm.

Simon obtained his JD with distinction from the University of Toronto, where he received the Edward J. Kowal ’65 prize for overall achievement in commercial law courses and prizes for top standing in Administrative Law, Bankruptcy and Insolvency, Business Organizations, and Advanced Business Law.  At law school, Simon was involved in mooting; he coached and was a member of winning teams in the Corporate and Securities Law Moot and served on the Moot Court Committee and as co-Chief Justice of the University of Toronto Grand Moot.

Prior to attending law school, Simon worked for several years in the technology industry as a database and web developer. As an undergraduate, Simon won the North American Debating Championships and numerous other debating prizes.

    *Notable matters prior to joining Osler

    • * Counsel to successful respondent in leading Supreme Court of Canada case on crown copyright
    • * Counsel to intervenor in leading Supreme Court of Canada cases on Ontario’s Anti-SLAPP provisions
    • * Counsel to international mining company on successful motion to strike claim for damages for breach of contract
    • * Counsel to Canadian technology company on successful motion to have the enforcement of an arbitration clause determined prior to the class action certification motion
    • * Counsel to Canadian cannabis company in internal investigation, securities class action, and subsequent CCAA proceeding
    • * Counsel to medical device manufacturer in leading decision on third-party litigation funding

  • The Advocates’ Society
  • Canadian Bar Association