Kyle is an Associate in the firm’s Litigation and Dispute Resolution department. He is developing a broad litigation practice, with a focus on general corporate and commercial litigation.
While attending law school, Kyle contributed in various editorial capacities to the Windsor Review of Legal and Social Issues, was a Student Research Assistant at the law library, and was a member of the team that won the 2015 Niagara Moot in public international law.
FEBRUARY 21 2018
Pick Your Poison: Supreme Court Finds Bank Liable For Third Party Employee's Fraud
The Supreme Court of Canada has clarified the limits of a major defence available to banks who face liability for processing fraudulent cheques...
JANUARY 23 2018
Deloitte v. Livent: The Scope Of Auditor Negligence
In Deloitte & Touche v Livent Inc. (Receiver of) 2017 SCC 63 the Supreme Court of Canada revisited the scope of auditor liability for negligence...
DECEMBER 08 2017
What a Family Lawyer Must Know About PIPEDA
Paper presented by Milton Davis and Kyle Kuepfer, at the LSUC Six Minute Family Law Lawyer.
APRIL 24 2017
Privacy And Property: The Supreme Court Clarifies The Limits Of PIPEDA
The Supreme Court of Canada has recently released a decision that will help clarify the relationship between legitimate business concerns and the privacy interests of individuals. In Royal Bank of Canada v Trang1("Trang"), the Supreme Court removed a number of hurdles that judgment creditors often face when attempting to execute against a judgment debtor's real property. To read the full article, Click Here.