Zohar Levy practices predominantly in civil and commercial litigation. She regularly assists clients in contractual and shareholder disputes, defends product liability claims, and enjoys advocacy at all levels of court.
Zohar has appeared before the Supreme Court of Canada, Ontario Court of Appeal, Federal Court of Appeal, Divisional Court, Superior Court and the Ontario Court of Justice. She has represented diverse clients including municipalities, automotive manufacturers, and individual professionals, and has always taken a measured, strategic approach to secure the best possible outcome in each situation.
Zohar is active in her community, both through pro bono work and through volunteer work with Covenant House. She represented the Canadian Civil Liberties Association as an intervenor before the Supreme Court in an appeal involving electoral spending limits and the registration requirement in British Columbia, and represented a variety of non-profit organizations as an intervenor before the Ontario Court of Appeal in an appeal involving the application of the Consumer Protection Act to the Occupiers’ Liability Act. She is a regular volunteer at Law Help Ontario.