Tudor Carsten has a diverse civil litigation practice, with a focus on investigations, fraud recovery, interlocutory remedies and defamation.
Tudor's extensive fraud-recovery and investigations practice includes representing a national corporation on claims arising from employee fraud, advising a pension fund on how to conduct an internal investigation of employees and suppliers, and acting for a consortium of European-based credit card issuers in bringing court proceedings in Canada to secure and ultimately recover the proceeds of significant credit card fraud.
He has obtained Mareva injunctions as well as other interlocutory remedies on behalf of a number of clients, including those in the financial, communications and transportation sectors.
More broadly, Tudor represents clients on a range of civil matters, including shareholder disputes, employment-related litigation, defamation and all manner of contractual disputes. He has also defended clients charged with regulatory and quasi-criminal offences.
Tudor was the Chair of the 2013 Insight Internal Investigations Forum, and a guest lecturer in 2011, 2012 and 2013 at Osgoode Law School on the topic of shareholder remedies.