Anatoliy represents international and domestic insurers in matters involving property losses and environmental claims, with a particular emphasis on cases involving manufacturing defects and oil spills. His strong background in information technology, including legal technology and eDiscovery, makes him particularly valuable to companies facing document intensive disputes.
Prior to joining Lindsay LLP, Anatoliy worked at a boutique personal injury firm and in the litigation department of a full service law firm in Alberta. He also spent a year negotiating better detention conditions in Kyrgyzstan on behalf of an international humanitarian organization and was a member of two legal teams at an international criminal tribunal.
Anatoliy is also a member of Sedona Canada. He recently participated in drafting of the third edition of the Sedona Canada Principles Addressing Electronic Discovery and authored an article on the application of the Sedona Principles in Canadian jurisprudence (2020/2021). He is also a contributor to the CanLII’s Guide to the Supreme Court and Court of Appeal Rules (2020/2021) and a director-at-large of the Vancouver branch of the Association of Certified E-Discovery Specialists. Every fall, he teaches a course on evidence to firefighters and police officers at the Justice Institute of British Columbia.
In his spare time, you can find Anatoliy rock climbing, cycling, running or appreciating fine art in galleries around the world.