Kevin knows the value of efficiency. He approaches every case with strategic precision and quickly drills down to the heart of the matter to achieve a successful outcome for his clients.
Pulling from his experience across a broad range of commercial disputes, Kevin’s clients know that he understands business and that he is fully invested in assisting them with finding practical solutions to their problems.
Kevin is a litigator with a practice focused on commercial disputes, including corporate, construction, insurance and insolvency litigation. When he is not in Court or appearing before Arbitral Tribunals, Kevin advises personal, corporate and institutional clients involved in shareholder disputes, corporate governance grievances, construction litigation and insolvency proceedings. He also assists clients with alternative dispute resolutions and frequently acts for clients in private arbitrations, negotiations and mediations.
Kevin has represented clients before the Ontario Superior Court of Justice, the Ontario Divisional Court and the Ontario Court of Appeal. In addition, Kevin also has experience representing clients before administrative bodies. He has acted for clients in disputes before the Land Planning Appeals Tribunal, the Canadian International Trade Tribunal, the Patented Medicine Prices Review Board and panels created pursuant to the Agreement on Internal Trade.
Kevin discovered his passion for advocacy while working for an experienced trial lawyer as an undergraduate. He pursued this interest in law school, focusing his studies on advocacy, civil litigation, and dispute resolution. Before joining Conway as an associate, Kevin summered and articled with the firm, taking on a wide variety of tasks and honing his skills as an advocate.
When Kevin is out of the office, he enjoys staying fit, travelling, and persuading himself that he can play the guitar.
- The Advocates’ Society
- County of Carleton Law Association
- The Advocacy Club
- Law Society of Ontario
- Ontario Bar Association
- Owen Rees & Kevin Caron - “A Primer on Interveners Before Administrative Bodies”, Ontario Bar Association, Keeping Up Appearances: Parties, Interveners and Experts in Administrative Proceedings.