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Matthew Bradley, Associate at Speigel Nichols Fox LLP


  • JD University of Ottawa (2017) cum laude
  • BA Queen's University (2013) with distinction


  • Dentons Canada LLP
  • Thompson, MacColl & Stacy LLP


  • Ontario Bar, 2018


  • English


  • Ontario Bar Association
  • Peel Law Association

Matthew Bradley


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Matthew Bradley is a civil and commercial litigator. He offers a calm, practical, and reasoned approach to dispute resolution – probably because he is, or at least tries to be, calm, practical, and reasonable.

During his first several years of practice, Matthew litigated complex, multi-jurisdictional commercial disputes at the Toronto office of a leading international law firm. He has developed a breadth of experience across different subject areas, including professional liability, directors’ and officers’ liability, insurance coverage disputes, defamation, civil fraud, private international law, and employment-related disputes. He has appeared before the Ontario Superior Court of Justice and several administrative tribunals across the province.

Matthew recognizes that litigation is a marathon, not a sprint. Fortunately, Matthew is a glutton for punishment who revels in a challenge: Matthew has run numerous marathons and half marathons and is looking forward to participating in more. In addition to running, Matthew enjoys tinkering in his woodshop and cheering on the Toronto Maple Leafs (see – glutton for punishment). Regardless of the activity, Matthew’s Bernedoodle, Jenny, is never too far from his side.


  • Represented professionals before various medical colleges under the Regulated Health Professions Act, 1991, SO 1991, c 18, including the College of Nurses, Medical Radiation and Imaging Technologists, Chiropodists, and Pharmacists
  • Successfully represented a moving party in a multi-million-dollar jurisdictional dispute concerning the enforcement of debt instruments
  • Co-represented a business owner in an urgent motion for injunctive relief concerning the breach of a Merchant Services Agreement
  • Represented contractors, architects, engineers, surveyors, interior designers, and financiers in disputes arising from real estate development projects
  • Co-represented the applicant in an urgent application to regain possession of several transport trucks pursuant to the Repair and Storage Liens Act, RSO 1990, c R.25
  • Successfully co-represented a responding party in an insurance coverage application concerning the breadth of coverage afforded to private companies that sell cryptocurrency
  • Successfully co-represented moving parties in a motion to strike a multi-million-dollar defamation action for failing to disclose a reasonable cause of action
  • Served as pro bono counsel to several applicants seeking to recover Temporary Care Assistance under the Ontario Works Act, 1997, SO 1997, c 25, Sched. A
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