Tudor Carsten has a diverse civil litigation practice, with a focus on investigations and fraud recovery, defamation and cyberlaw.
Tudor's fraud-related and investigations experience includes representing a national communications company on a range of matters involving corporate and employee fraud, advising a national 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.
Tudor also represents numerous clients in a wide range of civil suits, including shareholder disputes, employment-related litigation, defamation and all manner of contractual disputes. He has also represented clients charged with various regulatory and quasi-criminal offences.
As an active member of the firm's Video Games & Interactive Entertainment Law Practice Group, Tudor advises clients on issues relating to cyberlaw. He acts for both individual and corporate clients on matters involving online defamation ("cyber-libel").
Tudor was a guest lecturer in 2011 and 2012 at Osgoode Law School on the topic of shareholder remedies. He has also appeared as a panelist and has provided frequent media commentary regarding social media and video game legislation.