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Vaso Maric Toronto Lawyer

Vaso Maric

Counsel Fasken
Jurisdiction Ontario, 2001
Language(s) English
Office(s) Toronto


Vaso Maric provides his clients and colleagues with strategic advice and analysis, advanced legal research, and written advocacy in complex litigation, commercial, and regulatory matters.

Vaso prepares legal arguments for significant litigation files, assists in structuring large corporate transactions, and provides opinions on a wide range of novel and difficult legal issues.

He has appeared before provincial and federal financial institutions regulators, all levels of court in Ontario, the Federal Court, the Federal Court of Appeal, and the Supreme Court of Canada.

In addition to his client work, Vaso teaches legal research and writing to the firm’s summer and articling students. He has also written and co-written several articles on various topics, including corporate law, competition law, constitutional law, evidence, and criminal law.

Vaso clerked for the Honourable Justice Ian Binnie at the Supreme Court of Canada from 2001 to 2002.


Client Work

Date Client

Career & Education


  • LLB Queen's University
  • BA (Honours), Political Science and History University of Toronto

Community involvement

  • Volunteer, World Partnership Walk

Memberships & Affiliations

  • Member, Canadian Bar Association
  • Member, Ontario Bar Association
  • Member, The Advocates' Society


Fasken Institute


Book, Co-Author Fraud Unravels Everything: A Limited Justification for Piercing the Corporate Veil Todd L. Archibald, ed., Annual Review of Civil Litigation (Toronto: Thomson Reuters, 2019) 555
Article Canadian Price-Fixing Class Actions: The Supreme Court of Canada Gives the Green Light to Indirect Purchaser Claims International Association of Defense Counsel, International Committee Newsletter


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